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April 24, 2006

"The Da Vinci Delusion"

At about the same time that the movie "The Da Vinci Code" comes out, Dr. James Kennedy's TV special called "The Da Vinci Delusion" will hit local television. Check out the site to find out where and when it will be broadcast in your area.

I heard about this from the April 20th podcast of Active Christian Media, hosted by Stacy L. Harp. It's truly amazing the fully-discredited lies that this book, and thus this movie, will present as "fact". Listen to the podcast for some of the more blatant examples. If you don't want to deal with all the podcast logistics, you can just click on the link that plays the show by itself. However, if you do have "podcatcher" software (lots of free ones out there, not just iTunes), I recommend subscribing to this show.

UPDATE: Stacy has more details in her latest post on Blogger New Network.

Posted by Doug at April 24, 2006 03:47 PM

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I just wish folks would remember that it's a work of fiction! I think the author has forgotten that too.

Apparently it's a good read, I haven't had the chance yet, but please remember its just a story not another accounting of the gospel!

Posted by: Mark Triplett at April 24, 2006 04:46 PM

What's troublesome is that there are items described allegedly as "FACT" that the book then weaves into it's fictional story, yet some of those "facts" are false. It's that part that may lead folks down the wrong path.

Just like Hollywood; "mostly based on a slightly true story...maybe".

Posted by: Doug Payton at April 24, 2006 08:17 PM

Thank you for posting about this. It makes all the time and effort doing research and recording worth it :) You made my day!

Posted by: Stacy L. Harp at April 24, 2006 09:18 PM

My pleasure, fellow Blogger News Network reporter. :)

Posted by: Doug Payton at April 25, 2006 02:03 PM

D. James Kennedy is a theocratic dominionist. He is the American equivalent of the Taliban. Everything associated with him should therefore be suspect.

"Our job is to reclaim America for Christ, whatever the cost. As the vice regents of God, we are to exercise godly dominion and influence over our neighborhoods, our schools, our government, our literature and arts, our sports arenas, our entertainment media, our news media, our scientific endeavors— in short, over every aspect and institution of human society."
—d. james kennedy, at the "Reclaiming America for Christ" Conference, February 2005

Why am I unsurprised to see Doug Payton using Stones Cry Out to pimp for him.

Posted by: s9 at April 25, 2006 07:37 PM

I think you'll find that that's been the church's mission for something around 2000 years; demonstrating God's love and character in all we do and wherever we do it, with the aim of influencing others to follow Him.

Posted by: Doug Payton at April 26, 2006 06:41 AM

Establishing theocratic dominion over the secular world has long been a goal of many Christians over the centuries, yes. It's not like D. James Kennedy is doing anything new. He's still a theocratic dominionist, and he's still a leader in the American moral equivalent of the Taliban.

And Doug Payton is using Stones Cry Out to pimp for him.

Posted by: s9 at April 29, 2006 12:43 AM