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‘Da Vinci Code’ workshop audio posted at Midwestern’s website

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP)–Audio recordings of “The Da Vinci Code” Workshop at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary have been posted to the seminary’s website.

The March 21-22 conference at the Kansas City, Mo., campus was organized to help equip Christians to respond to the best-selling book, which claims that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and promotes the Gnostic gospels, or the “gospels” which were not included in the canon of Scripture.

“This is a wonderful resource every Christian should take advantage of,” Midwestern President R. Philip Roberts said.

All 10 sessions of the two-day workshop are available online:

— Overview: Alan Branch, assistant professor of Christian ethics.

— The Da Vinci Code and the Council of Nicea: Michael McMullen, associate professor of church history.

— The Da Vinci Code and the Knights Templar – McMullen.

— Logical Fallacies in The Da Vinci Code — Thor Madsen, associate professor of philosophy, ethics and New Testament.

— The Da Vinci Code and the Gnostic Gospels – Branch.

— Was Jesus Married? – Branch.

— The Deity of Christ in the New Testament – Madsen.

— Ethical Implications of Dan Brown’s Worldview, Part 1 and 2: Branch.

— Sharing Jesus Christ with Our Friends Who Read The Da Vinci Code — Rodney Harrison, assistant professor of church planting.

The link at Midwestern’s website is http://www.mbts.edu/Resources/workshop_davincicode.htm.

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