Wednesday, April 2, 2014


Alice Linahan on Common Core

Now is our time to Stand Up, Wake up, and Fight Back

Uploaded on Mar 28, 2014
Alice Linahan, a self described Ticked Off Mom, discusses Common Core and CScope, keeping Texas strong, the dumbing down of our children, collecting data on our children without parental consent. School Choice has become NO CHOICE. All systems teach the same collectivist/subjective/indoctrinal "philosophy" of education. It is time to wake up. The good news is people ARE waking up. Read more about Alice Linahan, her organizations, and how to get involved at: .


The Noah Movie Deception; 

Promotes an Environmentalist Religion


Russell Crowe’s ‘Noah’ Film – A Warning For Christians

Published on Mar 27, 2014 on YouTube: 
This video explores Paramount Pictures' movie "Noah," starring Russell Crowe and directed/co-written by Darren Aronofsky.
Did you know that Noah was a liberal, eco-warrior and the world's first environmentalist? Did you know that Noah was really an uncaring, "dark," murderous, axe wielding person? Did you know that Noah threatened to kill his eldest son's wife and her unborn daughter because he didn't want the earth to be re-populated? Did you know that Noah's really old pal Methuselah was a witch doctor who helped guide Noah spiritually? Did you know that Noah enlisted the help of Satan's fallen angels to protect him while building the ark? What? You didn't know all of this? Of course not! Because none of it is true!
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The Noah Movie Deception Message Part 1 by Joe Schimmel:

Published on Mar 24, 2014

In this sermon, Pastor Joe Schimmel reveals the twisted story line of the new movie Noah and how it is the most unbiblical Bible movie ever made.
Joe Schimmel is pastor of Blessed Hope Chapel in California
and founder of Good Fight Ministries
He is author of the video series' such as "They Sold Their Souls for Rock and Roll", "Hollywood's War on God" and the "The Submerging Church" among many others.
You can download all Joe's sermons on podcast by searching "Blessed Hope Chapel" in the iTunes store, and subscribing.
In my opinion Joe Schimmel is the most doctrinally accurate minister I have ever heard and is more in touch with what satan is doing in our modern culture than any man on earth today.

The Noah Movie Deception Message Part 2 by Joe Schimmel:

The Noah Movie Deception and the Last Days:


By: Joe Schimmel

Did you know, according to Hollywood, that the main reason God destroyed the ancient world with a flood was because of a lack of environmental activism and overpopulation? Did you know that Noah was a liberal eco-terrorist and the world’s “first environmentalist”? Did you know that Noah was really a callous, dark person? Did you know that Noah was a drunken, axe-wielding murderer? Did you know that Noah threatened to kill his eldest son’s wife and her unborn daughter, because he didn’t want the earth to be repopulated? Did you know that Noah’s old pal Methuselah (really old pal) was a witch doctor who guided Noah spiritually? Did you know that Noah enlisted the help of Satan’s fallen angels to protect him while building the ark?
What? You didn’t know these things? Weren't you listening in Sunday school as a child? Did you miss all of this when you first read the biblical account of Noah and the great flood in the book of Genesis? Of course you didn’t miss these things, because they never happened! The Noah movie, released by Paramount Pictures on March 28th, 2014, will not be the first film used by the liberal Hollywood elite to target Christians and exploit, politicize and twist biblical truth. Nor will it be the last time Hollywood engages in a colossal effort, to the tune of a $160 million, to deceive and make a buck off the faithful. (Source)
The reason I have entitled this article “The Noah Movie Deception and the Last Days” is because Christians are being herded like lost sheep to see a movie which does not reflect its biblical billing. Many, after viewing Paramount’s misleading trailer and reading their bogus claim that the movie “is inspired by the story of Noah” and “is true to the essence, values, and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide,” (Source) are in for a very rude awakening!
Who are you to believe? Paramount, who wants to make big money off of unsuspecting Christians on their whopping investment, or Noah director, Darren Aronofsky, who blatantly admits about the movie “Anything you're expecting, you're f**king wrong,” and “Noah is the LEAST BIBLICAL film ever made.” (Source)
Paramount’s Conundrum
The truth is, reviews of screenings of the movie Noah reveal that it is an utter corruption of the Word of God and actually turns the bible inside out. It is especially telling that Paramount ended up in a huge conundrum after press reviews of the initial screenings found that many Christians were upset because the Noah film was not true to the biblical narrative. This should not be a great surprise, as Noah director Darren Aronofsky, promotes Antichrist, occult and Gnostic elements by the boat load in his other movies (more on that later in this article). Add to this the fact that Aronofsky approaches the Noah story as a “great fable,” and has no reason to approach the sacred story with any sense of sanctity or reverence for God. Aronofsky admitted:
“I don’t think it’s a very religious story...I think it’s a great fable that’s part of so many different religions and spiritual practices.” –Darren Aronofsky, Variety 2012
However, there are many Scientists who believe there was a worldwide flood and that Noah was a real person. If there had been a worldwide flood, we would expect to see evidence that the highest mountains were once under water, and so we do. We would expect to see evidence of mass fossil graveyards throughout the earth, with millions of creatures suddenly buried in flood sediments, and so we do. We would expect to have extra biblical accounts of a worldwide flood from other cultures around the world and again, so we do! Most importantly, the Lord Jesus Christ Himself confirmed the historical event of Noah and the flood by repeatedly warning that the end of days, before His glorious return, would in fact be like the days of Noah, before the flood (Matthew 24:37-38, Luke 17:26-30).
Making things even worse for Paramount was the FDC’s (Faith Driven Consumers) revelation that the result of a 5,000-person survey found that 98 percent of Christian consumers would have no interest in seeing a movie about Noah, if it was not biblically based. To which the very arrogant Aronofsky responds "I don't give a f*** about the test scores. My films are outside the scores." (Source)
Darren Aronofsky
Aronofsky seems to have no qualms about alienating Christians who might have otherwise been bamboozled to see he film by Paramount’s bogus, biblically based claim. His penchant for repeatedly dropping F-bombs and telling believers how “f**king wrong" they are to expect Noah to be biblical and “I don't give a f*** about the test scores,” further admitting that “Noah is the LEAST BIBLICAL film ever made," will not go over well with sincere Christians.
Paramount sought to do damage control by cutting a more biblically-based edition of the movie, which the New Yorker characterized as “an 86-minute beatitude that began with a montage of religious imagery and ended with a Christian rock song.” (Source)
However, Aronofsky’s perverse version will be the one that hits theatres March 28, 2014. The Los Angeles Times reported that Paramount wanted “to make a more biblically-accurate film, while filmmaker Aronofsky had different ideas.” However, unfortunately for Christians, Aronofsky boasted, “My version of the film…was greenlighted,” and the Hollywood Reporter revealed that “Paramount is fully supporting his version,” of the Noah story. (Source)
No wonder Paramount posted a “disclaimer” on their website referencing “artistic license,” allowing the movie plenty of unbiblical and diabolical wiggle room. Perhaps it would have been more accurate if Paramount used the disclaimer “narcissistic license,” as Aronofsky appears to be using the movie to tell us more about his own story and his liberal views, rather than God’s version of Noah’s story!
Should we expect more from a director who has made a slew of Gnostic themed movies and who praises the Nephilim (“fallen ones”)? When Aronofsky tweeted that Nick Nolte would be playing the role of the fallen angel Samyaza (another name for Satan) who, according to the extra-biblical book of Enoch, is the one who led a revolt where the “sons of God” took for themselves the “daughters of men,” begetting Nephilim, Aronofsky praised the evil Nephiim, tweeting, "just added the legend in #noah . long live the nephilim! it was an honor." (Source)
Obviously, Aronofsky’s triumphant praise of God’s enemies, “long live the nephilim!” is something no God-fearing man or woman could ever utter.
Was Noah the First Environmentalist?
Sadly, the Noah movie, rather than pointing people to the need to repent of the wickedness that was so prevalent in Noah’s day, and for which the world was then destroyed, Aronofsky chose to use the film to blaspheme God’s righteous and loving character and to propagate the leftist global agenda of environmentalism. In fact, Aronofsky tells us what the Noah story is really about:
“It’s about environmental apocalypse which is the biggest theme, for me, right now for what’s going on this planet. So I think it’s got these big, big themes that connect with us. Noah was the first environmentalist.”(Source)
Aronofsky’s propaganda is seen in a script of Noah that was released online. According to the script, Noah’s wife Naameh asks him why God is about to destroy the world. Noah is then given a vision by God of the original pristine creation, before man destroyed the environment. Noah replies to his wife, “Because it [the creation] is dying already. At our hand, all he created is dying…If we work to save it, perhaps he will too.” Hence, according to the Noah movie, the way to be saved is not though the grace and forgiveness of sin that comes through repentant faith, but by doing enough works to save planet earth and by becoming a good little environmentalist. Indeed, later in the movie, Noah says, “We must change. We must treat the world with mercy so that the Creator will show us mercy…We must respect the ground, respect the rivers and seas. Respect the other beasts of the Earth.”
However, when we read the biblical narrative the environment is not even at issue! Rather, humanity's wicked defiance of God’s moral law, including perpetual violence and rampant sexual perversion, are the reasons that God gives in His Word for flooding planet earth:
“The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men, and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown. Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great on the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. The Lord was sorry that He had made man on the earth, and He was grieved in His heart. The Lord said, “I will blot out man whom I have created from the face of the land, from man to animals to creeping things and to birds of the sky; for I am sorry that I have made them.”… Noah became the father of three sons: Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Now the earth was corrupt in the sight of God, and the earth was filled with violence. 12 God looked on the earth, and behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted their way upon the earth” (Genesis 6:4-7, 10-11).

Ray Comfort: 'Noah' Movie Disrespectful, Not Biblically Accurate:

Noah Film is Massive Anti-Human Propaganda:

Published on Apr 1, 2014

David wraps the days broadcast discussing the current media attacks on global warming skeptics, the propagandizing of the story of Noah from the Bible as a story of global warming dangers.

In "Noah", The Fallen Angels Are The Good Guys:

Published on Apr 1, 2014

As we've reported NOAH, completely corrupts the biblical version of events to paint a picture of an earth suffering under the environmental extremism of man, but it also fully distorts the biblical story of Noah by making the fallen angels the good guys. The nephilim of the Bible corrupted the human race by mating with the sons of man; creating hybrid nephilim, teaching humans sorcery and war, and convincing man to worship the nephilim and their hybrid offspring as gods. It is this corruption of the human race that brought the floods, yet Hollywood now wants to rewrite history by portraying these fallen angels as the heroes in the story.

From Lighthouse Trails Research at: 

According to New Noah Movie, Noah Was An Ungodly Man:

But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. . . . Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God.—Genesis 6:8-9

“The Noah Movie Deception and the Last Days”

By Joe Schimmel
Good Fight Ministries
Did you know that Noah was a liberal, eco-warrior and the world’s first environmentalist? Did you know that Noah was really an uncaring, “dark,” murderous, axe wielding person? Did you know that Noah threatened to kill his eldest son’s wife and her unborn daughter because he didn’t want the earth to be re-populated? Did you know that Noah’s really old pal Methuselah was a witch doctor who helped guide Noah spiritually? Did you know that Noah enlisted the help of Satan’s fallen angels to protect him while building the ark? What? You didn’t know all of this? Of course not! Because none of it is true!
What? You didn’t know these things? Weren’t you listening in Sunday school as a child? Did you miss all of this when you first read the biblical account of Noah and the great flood in the book of Genesis? Of course you didn’t miss these things, because they never happened! The Noah movie, released by Paramount Pictures on March 28th, 2014, will not be the first film used by the liberal Hollywood elite to target Christians and exploit, politicize and twist biblical truth. Nor will it be the last time Hollywood engages in a colossal effort, to the tune of a $160 million, to deceive and make a buck off the faithful. Click here to read this entire article by Joe Schimmel. See Good Fight Ministries video on Noah movie below.
From Lighthouse Trails Research at:

Mark Driscoll’s Distorted View on Noah and Salvation . . . (And How Some People Have a Very Strange Idea as to the Meaning of God’s Salvation)

driscoll-noahLTRP Note: With the release of the Hollywood movie Noah and its blasphemous representation of God’s truth as told in the Bible and an outright attack on Bible-believing Christians, coupled with emerging Christian figures (such as Mark Driscoll who misses the point while trying to make a point in his claims that Noah was not a righteous man1), the article below by Dr. Harry Ironside is timely.
Unfortunately, teachers like Mark Driscoll further confuse the Gospel message. In Driscoll’s so-called defense of the biblical account of Noah, he says that the Noah account was an example of God’s grace and that it had nothing to do with Noah’s righteousness or even Noah’s faith in God. And in fact, in a sermon by Mark Driscoll, he says that Noah was “bad all of the time” (see video clip below). This is a commonly believed and twisted view of God and salvation that says God chooses some and rejects others, based on nothing more than God’s own personal whim rather than on one’s  faith or trust in God (“without faith it is impossible to please [God]“—Hebrews 11:6). In actuality, the story of Noah is about God saving the one man on the earth who had faith in God as Dr. Ironside explains below. And Scripture is very clear that God called Noah a righteous man.
In this day and age when not only the world but also Christian leaders are turning a blind eye to sin, looking for an excuse to sin (such as World Vision’s recent announcement that they were going to start hiring homosexual couples2), let us, as Bible-believing Christians, remember that while we know we are saved only by God’s grace and of no righteousness of our own, we are to strive to be holy (sanctified, set apart) as God is holy (1 Peter 1:16), forsaking the ways of the world to walk with Him. It is the life and righteousness of Christ in us that compels us and gives us the strength that we so desperately need.
By whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God. (Romans 5:2)
For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it isthe gift of God. (Ephesians 2:8)
Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God. (Genesis 6:9)
Thus did Noah; according to all that God commanded him, so did he. (Genesis 6:22)
And the Lord said unto Noah, Come thou and all thy house into the ark; for thee have I seen righteous before me in this generation. (Genesis 7:1)
The word of the Lord came again to me, saying, Son of man, when the land sinneth against me by trespassing grievously, then will I stretch out mine hand upon it, and will break the staff of the bread thereof, and will send famine upon it, and will cut off man and beast from it: Though these three men, Noah, Daniel, and Job, were in it, they should deliver but their own souls by their righteousness, saith the Lord God. (Ezekiel 14:12-14)
By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith. (Hebrews 11:7)
And spared not the old world, but saved Noah the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly; (2 Peter 2:5)
By Dr. Harry Ironside
Salvation is beautifully illustrated away back in the Old Testament. You remember when God was about to bring the flood of judgment upon the earth, He commanded Noah to build an ark for the saving of his house. Then when the ark was all completed, God said to Him, “Come thou and all thy house into the ark.” When they entered the ark, they were safe there until the judgment was passed, until in God’s due time they came out upon a new earth.
Noah, like Abraham, is a very striking example of one who has been declared righteous because of his faith. It was faith that led him to prepare an ark for the saving of his house, when there seemed no evidence of a coming flood. It was faith that led him to obey God and enter that ark, with all his family, when commanded to do so by God. Inside the ark all were secure until the deluge was over. They were kept by omnipotent power. The ark bore all the brunt of the storm. Noah and his household were shut in by God, who had Himself closed the door. The same hand that shut them in shut all the unbelieving antediluvian world outside. The ark was a type of Christ. All who are in Christ are eternally secure.
Suppose when the ark was completed God had said, “Now, Noah, go and get eight large, strong spikes and drive them into the side of the ark.” Imagine Noah procuring these spikes and doing as commanded. Then when each spike was securely fastened, let us presume that God said, “Come thou and all thy house and take hold of these spikes, and all who hang on to the end of the flood will be saved.” How long do you think Noah and the rest would have been secure?
I can imagine each one taking hold of a spike—then the waters rising as the rain poured down. In a few minutes, they would have been soaked to the skin. Then think of the terrific strain on joints and muscles as the ark was lifted from the earth and began its perilous voyage through the raging waters. I think I hear Noah calling to his wife, “Mother, how is it going; all is well?”
And she calls back, “I’m holding on. Do pray for me that I may be able to hold out to the end!”
Soon poor Mrs. Ham would cry out, “It’s no use, can’t hang on any longer. I am going to backslide.” And she would let go and be swept away by the flood. How long do you suppose it would be before every one of them would be obliged to let go and so go down to death?
Thank God, that is not a true picture of His salvation. He is not calling men to hang on to Christ. But just as Noah entered into the ark and found there perfect security, so every believer is in Christ and saved for eternity. It is not a question of our ability to hang on, but of Christ’s ability to carry us safely through to the glory. He who has begun the good work in us will perfect it until the day of manifestation.
When God justifies a sinner, that sinner is in Christ; and there is no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. It is true that inside the ark order should prevail. I have no doubt that Noah and his family all sought to behave themselves inside the ark as those who owed everything to the matchless grace of God which had delivered them. So you and I should devote all our lives and powers to the glory of Him who has saved us. But our salvation does not depend upon our devotedness and faithfulness. It depends upon His faithfulness. “He is faithful who hath promised.”
(From Dr. Ironside’s book, Great Words of the Gospel – chapter 10 – public domain)
Video clip of Mark Driscoll saying Noah was not a righteous man:
(posting this video is not meant to be an endorsement of the source but rather posted for informational and research purposes)

Mark Driscoll Loves Theology More Than Scripture - 

Re: Noah Wasn't a Righteous Man:

The Globalist Agenda Behind Noah:

Published on Apr 3, 2014

Alex Discusses the new film Noah and how it's just another propaganda tool for eugenics and how the NWO wants us to believe how God works.

(Friday Church News Notes, April 11, 2014,, 866-295-4143) - The following is excerpted from “Sympathy for the Devil,” Brian Mattson’s review of the movie Noah starring Russell Crowe, April 2, 2014, “I discovered what Darren Aronofsky’s first feature film was: Pi. Want to know its subject matter? ... Kabbalah. ... The world of Aronofsky’s Noah is a thoroughly Gnostic one: a graded universe of ‘higher’ and ‘lower.’ The ‘spiritual’ is good, and way, way, way ‘up there’ where the ineffable, unspeaking god dwells, and the ‘material’ is bad, and way, way down here where our spirits are encased in material flesh. ... Kabbalah has a pantheon of angelic beings of its own all up and down the ladder of ‘divine being.’ And fallen angels are never totally fallen in this brand of mysticism. ... They redeem themselves, shed their outer material skin, and fly back to the heavens. ... What!? Demons are redeemed? Adolphe Franck explains the cosmology of Kabbalah: ‘Nothing is absolutely bad; nothing is accursed forever--not even the archangel of evil or the venomous beast, as he is sometimes called. There will come a time when he will recover his name and his angelic nature.’ .... when Gnostics speak about ‘The Creator’ they are not talking about God. ... the Creator of the material world is an ignorant, arrogant, jealous, exclusive, violent, low-level, bastard son of a low-level deity. He’s responsible for creating the ‘unspiritual’ world of flesh and matter, and he himself is so ignorant of the spiritual world he fancies himself the ‘only God’ and demands absolute obedience. They generally call him ‘Yahweh.’ ... This Creator tries to keep Adam and Eve from the true knowledge of the divine and, when they disobey, flies into a rage and boots them from the garden. In other words, in case you’re losing the plot here: The serpent was right all along. This ‘god,’ ‘The Creator,’ whom they are worshiping is withholding something from them that the serpent will provide: divinity itself. ... Let’s go back to the movie. The action opens when Lamech is about to bless his son, Noah. Lamech, rather strangely for a patriarch of a family that follows God, takes out a sacred relic, the skin of the serpent from the Garden of Eden. He wraps it around his arm, stretches out his hand to touch his son--except, just then, a band of marauders interrupts them and the ceremony isn’t completed. Lamech gets killed, and the ‘villain’ of the film, Tubal-Cain, steals the snakeskin. Noah, in other words, doesn’t get whatever benefit the serpent’s skin was to bestow. ... The rainbows don’t come at the end because God makes a covenant with Noah. The rainbows appear when Noah sobers up andembraces the serpent. He wraps the skin around his arm, and blesses his family. It is not God that commissions them to now multiply and fill the earth, but Noah, in the first person, ‘I,’ wearing the serpent talisman. ... The scandal is this: of all the Christian leaders who went to great lengths to endorse this movie (for whatever reasons: ‘it’s a conversation starter,’ ‘at least Hollywood is doing something on the Bible,’ etc.), and all of the Christian leaders who panned it for ‘not following the Bible.’ ... Not one of them could identify a blatantly Gnostic subversion of the biblical story when it was right in front of their faces. I believe Aronofsky did it as an experiment to make fools of us ... He’s having quite the laugh. And shame on everyone who bought it.”