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Brown’s book is well plotted and fast-paced. But, it is also full of factual inaccuracies, historical revisionism and – most notably – theological heresies. Just take a look at a few of the theological heresies found within THE DA VINCI CODE book by Dan Brown.

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by Bernie Koerselman Table of Contents Introduction What Is the Will of God? Jesus’ Words Are the Will Of God Not Old Testament Teachings and Commands The Law of Christ The Priority In Scripture Jesus’ Words Are Superior Incredible Emphasis on “My” Jesus and His Words Fulfilled Prophecy Judgment For Those Who Are Disobedient Compare “The Law” With Jesus’ Words Salvation According to Jesus The...

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Dave Hunt Israel is the major topic of the Bible, occupying most of its pages. The many prophecies concerning its past, present, and future are vital in understanding God’s Word. Sadly, they are ignored, explained away, or simply rejected by the vast majority of professing Christians, a growing number of whom insist that Israel has been replaced by the church. Yet Jeremiah declares that Israel will never “cease from being...

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This article is written tongue in cheek, while seriously examining the Megachurch phenomena. Is this a solid biblical phenomena or something quite different. Frank shows a lot of insight in his discussion. I think you'll be blessed.

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Would you like to walk along with those who do open air preaching and confront sin where they find it? This article is Jesse's personal account of a day of witnessing in Dallas in three different venues -- an abortion clinic, a mission, and finally outside night clubs.

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Amazingly the rate of divorce among Christians is higher than the general population and higher than agnostics and atheists in the United States. This article looks at what Jesus said about marriage and divorce and then considers possible reasons for the high divorce rate among professing Christians. Finally, it suggests the necessary actions wrongfully divorced professing Christians should take.

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By Len Muncil This article was written by Len Muncil of the Center for Arizona Policy in Phoenix.   “You can’t legislate morality.” This simple phrase holds an honored place among the “current wisdom” of today.   It is an oft-repeated mantra intended to end all further discussion of an issue, robotically reiterated by politicians and pundits from across the political spectrum, from far left to far right. ...

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Many Christians see The Da Vinci Code as an opportunity for evangelism; others say it's a chance to engage the culture. Rubbish. Da Vinci is dangerous, so I'd like to suggest a better alternative.

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Dr. Morris reviews the pagan background of the Christmas holiday, but shows a more profound possibility for the holiday, namely that it may have been around the time of our Christmas holiday that God became man, that the virgin Mary was made pregnant by the Holy Spirit. This is an excellent, easily readable article that is well worth the time.

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Jan reviews in this short article what it meant to be an Evangelical Christian years ago and how it has slowly changed, with people leaning far left being labeled Evangelicals. She wonders if the labels apply any longer. It is a worthy and educational read.

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