So there's a film called Noah being released based on the very same Bible story. My initial response to this was downright apathy combined with a realisation that this was going to cause much internet debate when it was released. Further thinking has inclined me against the whole idea of a secular company making a film based on the Bible. How can it not be "adding or subtracting" to Scripture? And how can it honour God when it portrays the story as myth rather than truth? Talking it over with friends revealed a lot of disagreement with this position. My question is: am I being too critical? Is there a space for films based on the Bible (that aren't at the same time, biblical in truth)? Can I enjoy it for its entertainment value and separate that out from my own personal views? Can I enjoy it as a story that just happens to be called Noah and is loosely based on the Bible? Or is it right to judge it with a very high standard. Wisdom in this matter would be appreciated.