Friday, May 19, 2006

The Da Vinci Code, Christianity and the Bible

The Da Vinci Code, Christianity and the Bible

The Da Vinci Code has sold more than 40 million copies and has been made into a major movie. But how much of the story is fact and how much is fabrication? And how important is it for you to know?
by Don Hooser

The Da Vinci Code is a fictional thriller that is supposed to be set against a backdrop of real history. But how much of its "history" is actually true?

The timeless and perfect standard of historicity and truth is the Bible. It contains true history—God's flawless account of the past, present and future.

The Da Vinci Code attempts to reconstruct Jesus Christ, reinvent Christianity and radically revise the Bible. One of the book's major characters presents its major premise on page 235: ". . . Almost everything our fathers taught us about Christ is false."

Which should we believe, The Da Vinci Code or the Bible? Popular Christianity isn't much help. Ironically, the Bible discredits much of today's Christianity as well, as we shall see.../

Plea to Diehard Catholics & Protestants to Repent

Sorcerer-Pope to Bewitch Europe and Mislead the Masses!

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Christ would never marry a Catholic or Protestant!

Yeshua will not be unequally yoked with those who refuse to submit to Him as the Head of the Body, who stubbornly refuse to keep the same biblical Sabbath and festivals as Him, following His lead, who instead prefer the idolatrous traditions of Roman wolves in sheep's clothing, eating abominations, and engaged in every unclean pagan practice whitewashed as "Christian."

The true Bride of Christ, not some cheap whore or prostitute (Rev. 17:5), is washed in the blood of the Passover Lamb (not Easter bunny) and loves God with all her heart, pioneering the biblical ways and days that will be taught throughout all the earth when Yeshua returns and reigns supreme from Jerusalem with us at His side forevermore!

Plea to Diehard Catholics & Protestants to Repent

The Plain Truth about Easter

Why I No Longer Celebrate Christmas