Originally posted by sonhouse
Like Patrick Sky said, its Infallibible. I guess you figure your god will come down and fix all the boo boo's mankind is making on the planet when we are down to a couple hundred people, everyone else exterminated by the crap we are putting the planet through, eh.
So if that happens, do you think your god will restore all the animals humans have driven t ...[text shortened]... n you god supposedly comes down with fire, not water, the next time, do all the animals die too?
When I was young, I saw an old black & white movie on TV, I believe it was called The Next Voice You Hear
. It was about God coming on the radio, preempting all radio programs all over the world for days and talking to every person on the planet (everyone within earshot of a radio, anyways). Everyone heard God in their own native language, but the film audience never got to hear the voice (presumably, they didn't want to put words in the mouth of God). I found the premise fascinating, even at that young age. I think I was maybe 10 when I saw this movie.
According to Wikipedia, MGM made this film (in 1950, starring James Whitmore) for $733,000 and only made $668,000 on it, resulting in a net loss of $65,000.
Edit: More trivia: IMDb says this: "This is apparently one of only three films in which the MGM lion is not shown roaring at the start of the opening credits, probably because of the religious theme of the film. The only other known incidence of a non-roaring lion is Ben-Hur (1959), which also has a religious theme, and Westward the Women (1951). (The studio's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) uses the illustrated lion from the MGM record label at its beginning, not a real lion, and so doesn't count.)"