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Da Vinci Code Poll

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Jacob Dahlen, May 16, 2006.

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  1. Jacob Dahlen

    Jacob Dahlen New Member

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    Da Vinci Code Poll
     
  2. Jacob Dahlen

    Jacob Dahlen New Member

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    I voted no on all 3 questions...
     
  3. StefanM

    StefanM Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure all serious participants will also vote no on all three.
     
  4. SpiritualMadMan

    SpiritualMadMan New Member

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    Hey, finally...

    A real "No Brainer"... [​IMG]
     
  5. DeclareHim

    DeclareHim New Member

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    Yea that was easy.
     
  6. Pete

    Pete New Member

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    No x 3. 13-0 so far, this poll could set a BB record [​IMG]

    I also don't believe that I'll ever read the book or see the movie.
     
  7. JFox1

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    I voted "no" on all three questions.
     
  8. Debby in Philly

    Debby in Philly New Member

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    Who, on this board, would vote otherwise?
     
  9. nate

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    Very true. I don't even think that one who answered yes to one of the questions could even be labeled a Christian.
     
  10. mcdirector

    mcdirector Active Member

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    I voted no too, but I can't imagine that anyone on this board wouldn't agree. Unless of course they wanted to see how the fur would fly.
     
  11. Claudia_T

    Claudia_T New Member

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    I dont know anything about the Da Vinci Code and I dont know if I want to know because the litle bit of what Ive heard about it seems stupid to me
     
  12. gekko

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    34 - 0 in favor of "no" to all three questions.

    could this be a BB record? :cool:
     
  13. tragic_pizza

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    Obviously, no on al three. I suspect the "yes" vote was a joker.

    I have, however, read the book and plan on both seeing the movie and teaching an adult sunday school class and my youth group on the facts which refute the fiction of The DaVinci Code.
     
  14. FriendofSpurgeon

    FriendofSpurgeon Well-Known Member

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    We had a Sunday School class on The DaVinci Code a couple of weeks ago - very interesting. We may go as a group to see the movie.

    There is a lot of material out there on this. I have particularly enjoyed Father Jonathan Morris' blogs (can be found on foxnews.com). You may want to check this out.
     
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  16. BobRyan

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    John Ankerberg did an expose on the many twists and foibles of the Da Vinci Code myth. I think Doug Bachelor also has a book out on the massive volumes of error contained in that work of pure fiction.
     
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