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Shredding the Da Vinci Code and Vindicating the Deity of Christ


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Shredding the Da Vinci Code and Vindicating the Deity of Christ by Francis De Souza
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By means of convincing arguments bolstered by facts and sheer logic, interspersed with a good deal of tongue-in-cheek humor, the author exposes the lies, the logical inconsistencies, the contradictions, the errors, and the brainwashing tactics in The Da Vinci Code. Not content to leave it at that, he also vindicates the deity of Christ in a manner that is thought-provoking and uniquely different. Combining an insightful understanding of the Bible with symbolism that is both novel and fascinating; De Souza uses details associated with the feasts of Hanukkah and Tabernacles, along with relevant Scripture passages to show why the celebration of Christmas on December 25; the day when the pagan world celebrated Sol Invictus, actually has beautiful symbolic significance linking it to Christ - The Light Of The World. Likewise, he shows why the accounts of Christ's death, 3-day entombment, and resurrection on Sunday; rather than having been copied from pagan myths of dying and rising gods, are vindicated by clues that can be found in the Old Testament, beginning with very first Book of the Bible, as well as in symbolism associated with the feasts of Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits; thereby assuring Christians who attend Church services on Sundays that it is indeed the Lord's Day was intended to be the Lord's Day, from before the foundation of the world. He provides compelling arguments to show why the Christian practice of God-eating, as Dan the Pagan Fan refers to it; rather than being a mere imitation of pagan rituals, points to a great spiritual truth that has been ingeniously incorporated into the design of the natural world, including that of our own bodies.
Release date Australia
July 25th, 2007
Country of Publication
United States
Outskirts Press
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