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Reasons to Believe - Providential Reasons

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Have you read The Da Vinci Code? It is currently the best selling novel of the twenty-first century. While the book is fiction, it claims that descriptions of all artwork, architecture and documents in the book are accurate. Dan Brown, the author, even suggests there were over 80 alternate gospels which were suppressed from the general public by church councils. It is only in recent years they were re-discovered and we can learn the true identity of Jesus. Is this true? While The Da Vinci Code is fiction, how much of it is historical fact? Were many alternate gospels barred from the public by secret church councils? How were the books in our Bible collected together? In this message, we learn the answer. Along the way, we discover a big difference between the Catholics and Protestants on this issue. This message is what you need to separate the facts and fiction in The Da Vinci Code.

Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Providential Reasons - Audio - MP3
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Providential Reasons - Quicktime and IPhone Audio - M4A
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Providential Reasons - Manuscript - PDF
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Providential Reasons - Sermon Handout - PDF
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Providential Reasons - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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An Ordinary Christmas - Jesus had a Soccer Mom - Audio - MP3
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An Ordinary Christmas - Jesus had a Soccer Mom - Manuscript - PDF
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