"Imagine a church where every member is passionately, wholeheartedly, and recklessly calling the shots…" Watch this humorous and tragic video (1 minute 22 seconds) on YouTube. I got the link from 9marks.org
Westminster Theological Seminary has put out a good website in response to the Da Vinci Code: http://www.thetruthaboutdavinci.com/ (or click on the picture above).
"The site is designed for those wanting to engage the culture in spiritual conversations by providing biblically sound, intellectually honest, and historically accurate information so that the assertions in the book and movie can be discussed point-by-point."
"We want to provide a repository of thoughtful, Biblically-based and historically accurate information so that those visiting our site can arm themselves with theologically-sound information," continues Dr. Edgar. "We don't have an agenda except to use this opportunity to marshal the best resources available and present them in a culturally relevant manner." (from the website)
Check it out and pass it on to those who are wondering about the Da Vinci Code book and/or movie.
It seems that during every important Christian event such as Christmas or Easter, the secular media takes advantage to present some “alternative” viewpoint to the orthodoxy, classical, historical, biblical Christianity. They love “debunking”, “deconstructing”, “demythologizing” and basically “defaming” biblical Christianity. Lately, it’s the Gospel of Judas. If you are interested or confused this, read the articles by Albert Mohler and Phil Ryken for informative and biblically sound perspectives on this.
Let us hold on to the faith that is firmly rooted in the Holy Scriptures:
“3 For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, 4 that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures” (I Corinthians 15:3-4)
Christ has died for our sins, he was buried, and he was raised on the third day. He is risen! He is risen indeed!.