Breaking the Da Vinci Code: Answers to the Questions by Darrell L. Bock

By Darrell L. Bock

Many who've learn the New York Times bestseller The Da Vinci Code have questions that come up from seven codes-expressed or implied-in Dan Brown's booklet. In Breaking the Da Vinci Code: solutions to the Questions Everyone's Asking, Darrell Bock, Ph.D., responds to the novelist's claims utilizing crucial old texts and solutions the subsequent questions:

  • Who was once Mary Magdalene?
  • Was Jesus Married?
  • Would Jesus Being unmarried be Un-Jewish?
  • Do the So-Called mystery Gnostic Gospels aid Us comprehend Jesus?
  • What Is the rest Relevance of The Da Vinci Code?

Darrell Bock's examine uncovers the origins of those codes by means of targeting the 325 years instantly following the delivery of Christ, for the claims of The Da Vinci Code upward push or fall at the foundation of items rising from this era. Breaking the Da Vinci Code, now to be had in exchange paper, distinguishes fictitious leisure from historic parts of the Christian religion. For through seeing those adjustments, possible holiday the Da Vinci code.

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One of the lowest aeons, Sophia, fell and gave birth to the Demiurge, the God of the Hebrew Scriptures. This evil Demiurge created the visible world, which was a bad thing, because now we pure spirits are all tangled up in fleshy bodies. Christ was an aeon who took possession of the body of the human Jesus, and came to free us from the prison of materiality. "Us," by the way, didn't mean everybody. Not all people have a divine spark within, just intellectuals; "gnosis," by definition, concerns what you know.

14) John made it clear in this opening to his gospel that the Word became flesh is Jesus, the actual and full incarnation of deity. Once again, participation in the Creation pointed to deity, just as Paul argued. Some suggest that what Paul and John affirmed about Jesus stands in contrast to the other three gospels. This would be misleading. Mark, Matthew, and Luke were written, probably in this order, sometime between the sixties and eighties. These dates are debated among scholars, and I use the least conservative range.

Code 4 has been broken. What is represented in the secret gospels and related texts is an expression of Christianity vastly different from that in the texts with which we are familiar in the New Testament. Neither side in this dispute sought a coming together. Even as the tradition-based Christians complained about error and heresy, so did the Gnostics. The Gnostics referred to the leaders of the competitive view as "empty channels" (Apocalypse of Peter 79:30). In Testimony of Truth 34:26, it was said of the traditionalists, "They do not have the Word which gives [life]" This dispute between Gnostics and traditionally rooted Christians was not a matter of trying to gain entrance into and share the faith; it was about who represented the faith.

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