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.