PowerPoint – Answers to the Da Vinci Code
Dan Brown’s best-selling novel, The Da Vinci Code, makes a number of false statements about Jesus Christ and the history of Christianity. Yet the story is so compelling that many readers believe it is true. This PowerPoint presentation answers the 20 most important questions people have about this novel. It also compare pictures of Da Vinci’s Last Supper and reproductions of the painting.
More than 10 million people worldwide have bought The Da Vinci Code, the best-selling novel that makes a lot of troubling statements about Christianity, such as-
o Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and had a child
o Jesus was not considered divine until Emperor Constantine had the Bible edited
o Certain books of the Bible were banned, hidden, and eliminated because they stated that Jesus was a mere human being.
The author of The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown, says that his explanation of history is based on facts. Even though the book is fiction, it has made many people concerned about their faith and wondering if the church has deceived them.
Answers to the Da Vinci Code is clear and easy to understand, even for those who have never read the Da Vinci Code novel.
Answers to the Da Vinci Code gives the facts about questions such as:
o Was the recognition of Jesus as God really the result of a vote of bishops?
o How do we know what the earliest Christians really believed about Jesus Christ?
o Were the New Testament Gospels edited and embellished by the emperor Constantine, to make Jesus appear “godlike”?
o Is there any evidence that Jesus married Mary Magdalene?
o What are The Gospel of Philip and The Gospel of Mary Magdalene?
o Was the emperor Constantine the chief player in the canonization process?
o Are the Nag Hammadi and Dead Sea Scrolls “the earliest Christian records”?
o Were more than 80 gospels considered for inclusion in the New Testament?
o Did ancient Jews and Christians experience the divine through “ritualistic sex”?
o Does the holy name of God, YHWH, imply a union between a masculine and a feminine deity?
o Was Shekinah the “powerful female equal” of God?
o Did the established church know the whereabouts of the Holy Grail and use “horrific methods” to keep this knowledge hidden?
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