Credible answers to questions regarding Jesus the Bible and the Davinci Code

@badfish (208)
United States
November 29, 2009 10:24am CST
The da Vinci Code Book and now a Movie based on an earlier Book Holy Blood Holy Grail draws questions to the authenticity of the Bible. Was Jesus Married to Mary Magdalene? DId they have Children that eventually intermarried with the french royal family? Has the catholic church been hiding the truth for centuries? Can you trust the Bible?and Why? The davinci code is based on events that never actually occured. on things Constantine never actually did. and upon faulty logic. How close was the vote when the council of Nicea voted on Jesus divinity? What about the other Supposed Gospels? Why were some books left out of the Bible? good reasons Was Jesus a Feminist?no Is Christianity a rehatch of earlier Myths? no Ask and you shall recieve the explaination??
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@mains50 (299)
• Canada
29 Nov 09
so god can marry a woman? Which means god is basically a human that has emotion like love, hate, and much more. Another thing why would a god need to marry a woman whom he has created?
@badfish (208)
• United States
29 Nov 09
God did Not marry nor did Jesus. the purpose of this post is to dispell some myths created from the Movie and Book the Da vinci Code. in this movie Jesus supposedly marries. this is not historically accurate nor Biblically sound.
@mains50 (299)
• Canada
30 Nov 09
hmm i see thats why so many people believe in it
@EvanHunter (4028)
• United States
30 Nov 09
The Davinci Code is a work of fiction. Its kind of like the movies like Blair witch project where you are lead to believe it might be fact just to hype things up so that they can gain more publicity from it and in turn make more money. Just recently the movie 4th kind did the same exact thing, they were implying (or outright lying) that it was based on real accounts of a real incident in Alaska but it was just hype to sell tickets. But like urban legends often people take it as being the truth instead of digging into it.
@badfish (208)
• United States
30 Nov 09
Well Put.