Item description for Da Vinci: A Broken Code by Brian H. Edwards...
Overview If you are into secret societies and symbols, ciphers and cipher texts, anagrams and cryptogams, then you may enjoy cracking the codes with the characters of this novel. With forty million copies in forty languages out there this best seller must have grabbed the attention of some who find it a good read! But is "The Da Vinci Code" just a harmless novel, or is there something more dangerous or even dishonest about it? If the New Testament Gospels are in its sights, what is it that is causing such a stir? And how should a reader respond to it? Is it to be ignored or taken head on? Is it a powerful tool or just another broken hammer? Are its claims true or ...?
Publishers Description Is there a God Can we know God Where does the world come from Hasnt science disproved God Does God need us Do we need God Are humans just animals Engaging the reader from Acts 17 Gary Benfold succinctly provides biblical answers to these and other questions asked by nonChristians. Graphically illustrated throughout in full colour.
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Studio: Day One
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.14" Weight: 0.14 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2006
Publisher DAY ONE PUBLICATIONS #1219
ISBN 1846250196 ISBN13 9781846250194
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More About Brian H. Edwards
Brian H Edwards is the author of fifteen books including two historical biographies and a major study on the inspiration, authority and history of the Bible. He was the pastor of Hook Evangelical Church in Surbiton, Surrey for nearly thirty years before taking up his present role of preaching, lecturing and writing. Brians degree in theology was awarded by the University of London. Dr Ian J Shaw has been Lecturer in Church History at the International Christian College, Glasgow, since 1996. Before this he was the pastor of an Independent Evangelical Church in Manchester. He has a PhD in Church History from the University of Manchester, and is the author of a number of books and articles about issues in the history of evangelicalism.