Author Jeff Kinley told Fox News on Monday that they could look to the movie “Noah” to see that the world was “Godless,” and Jesus Christ would soon return to Earth.
“When Jesus disciples came to him, they ask him, ‘Lord, what will be the sign of your Second Coming at the end of the age,’ and Christ responded by basically overviewing several of the events that we find in the book of the Revelation,” Kinley explained. “But then he pauses and he says, ‘Guys, it’s going to be just as it was in the days of Noah.'”
Kinley, who wrote the book “As It Was In The Days Of Noah,” asserted that a “godless culture,” senseless violence, and immorality were all signs of the End Times.
“I find it in my own culture that we basically push God to the margins, we’ve shoved him out to the edges of our society,” he declared. “And in fact, we’ve written him out of his own story as creator. God’s not even allowed to be the creator anymore.”
Kinley was most likely referring to the recent controversy that erupted because Christians were upset that the Noah character in the recently-released film refers to the “creator” instead of “God.”
“So, there’s rampant godlessness that I see, not just in our country, but in the world as well,” Kinley lamented, adding that people should see the movie and “judge for themselves.”
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