To the Editor:
My agents, which are almost everywhere, reviewed the movie, NOAH, while I divided time between computer games of solitaire and extensive browsing from THE HOMER R. DODSON RESIDENTIAL LIBRARY.
I busted out laughing when I learned that twice the movie stated, “In the beginning was nothing.” Then later, the movie explained or assumed the Big Bang.
Attention Harpeth students, if the Big Bang isn’t taught, let the ACLU know so they can force that lie down your minds. No fear, the good ole ACLU is here.
Hey! School boards and school board lawyers, show a little respect for the ACLU and tremble.
I guess the producers of the NOAH movie really said that nothing exploded.
Now, if in the beginning was nothing, then where did the Big Bang get its material and intelligence? From nothing? What a myth and we expect our kids to believe it?
Oh, I get it. In the beginning was nothing and then nothing exploded.
I am reminded of a line from a song from THE SOUND OF MUSIC, “Nothing comes from nothing and nothing ever could….”
The SOUND OF MUSIC was a great movie, thought provoking, sound philosophy. The movie, NOAH, is none of the above.
Homer R. Dodson
Of East Belltown