Thursday, December 4, 2014

Ridley Scott Insults Judaism's Core: 11-Year-Old as God

BREITBART
By William Bigelow
HOLLYWOOD---In the new movie, Exodus, director Ridley Scott decided to directly contravene possibly the most basic tenet of Judaism: that God is One and cannot be anthropomorphized. In the famous scene in which Moses stands near the burning bush and hears God talking to him, Scott decided to take liberties with the Biblical text and have an eleven-year-old boy, called Malak, stand near the bush and articulate the voice of God. [link]