Final Fantasy X, Noah, and Bringing Religion to the Masses

Editorial: Tom found a deep connection between the stories of Noah and Final Fantasy X, and believes both show a blueprint of how to handle the delicate topic of religion.

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luizferrarezzi
luizferrarezzi

if search google you will know the Noah director Daren Aronofsky doenst believe in god.

LordCrash88
LordCrash88

First: Religion is anything but complex...

Second: The biggest difference between FF X and Noah is that the former is a pure work of fantasy with no real-life religion staying behind it while the latter is based on events described in the bible which is the very foundation of a real-life religion here on earth. FF X may have some serious topics which we as players can connect with but it doesn't reflect anything important in real life. The very opposite is true for Noah. It's not only a fictional work, it's also actual religious propagande. You may not see the point in it but others do. It's a big difference to watch a movie like that if you actually believe in (the Christian) God or not.