Finding Noah | Christian Movie Review

Finding Noah Christian Documentary Review

To me, Noah’s Ark is absolute fact. It was built, it sailed, it landed, it played an amazing role in God’s plan to save the essence of creation. I do not need to see the Ark to believe it existed, thousands of years ago. But, who wouldn’t want to see the Ark, if they could? Finding Noah is a Christian documentary of a team of scientists and various experts who set out to capture a glimpse of the most famous ship to ever sail.

The Great Search

For most of my life, I had not realized that the Ark had been sighted, with some regularity, in modern times. Resting on the top of Mount Ararat, right where the Bible tells us it landed, Noah’s Ark has been seen scores of times over the last several hundred years. Being buried and uncovered by the glacial ice and snow that grows and shrinks on the top of the mountain, it has been spotted by explorers, dignitaries, and common travelers alike.

A team of explorers now sets out to review the evidence, talk with witnesses, view the photographs, examine satellite imaging, and scale the mountain with state of the art technology to search for the ark and find conclusive evidence of its existence.

A Beautiful Film

This documentary was exceptionally well made. It not only takes you through the search, but digs into the history, and the spiritual journey that these men of faith embark on as they scale one of the largest mountains in that part of the world. The production value is excellent, the story telling great, and the message reassuring.

This is a film for young and old, explorers, history buffs, and Bible scholars alike. I very much appreciated Finding Noah, and I hope to see more films like it.

See It On The Big Screen

Finding Noah is coming to theaters for a one night special event on October 8th. This would be a great film to see on the big screen. Get Tickets Now!

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George Konetes

George Konetes

A Christian movie aficionado, professor, pastor, husband, father, and communications professional, George has a passion to learn and to teach. As the founder of True Story Christian he works, writes, and advocates to share what God has done through film.
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  • David Buchanan

    You say ” I had not realized that the Ark had been sighted”. I think that it would be more accurate to say “I had not realized that the Ark has been claimed to have been sighted”. The movie certainly implies strongly that many of the previous “sightings” are doubtful.

    • Hi David, you are absolutely correct. They are “claimed sightings.” And the film does not make them out to be more than that. The intrigue of this film certainly stems from it being easy to believe something was seen in a place where the Bible last places it. Thanks for your comments.

  • TresMary

    They shows this film at a Christian community living retirement condo meeting I attended recently. Enjoyed how they managed to consistently affirm their faith and the existence of an actual ark while maintaining healthy investigatory skepticism when investigating past sightings.