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The Potter's Clay

Scripture, Theology, the Christian worldview, and other ramblings.

30 January 2006

Da Vinci Code blog series: Debunking Dan Brown

Over at AOMin.org, James White has posted his complete series debunking Dan Brown's "Fact Based Fiction". Keep this one handy, as later this spring, the film will hit theaters, igniting a fire-storm of controversy. This series of small essays will be vital not only in the upcoming debates that will happen on the talking head networks, but around water coolers, bbq's and blogs. Be equipped, and be ready!


Blogger Mike Perrigoue said...

Thanks, Joe. This will come in handy! I'm currently reading White's book "Scripture Alone" with my brother-in-law. We meet once a month to discuss each chapter (yeah, we are reading really slowly!) This extra reading will be good stuff to fill in the time gaps!

02 February, 2006 21:54  
Blogger Joe L. said...

Mike, Scripture Alone is a solid book. I had the pleasure of going on an AOMin cruise two years ago right after the book was published. It was cool to discuss each chapter with the author in person! James White is one of the nicest people, very down to earth, and always willing to answer questions. He has a pastoral heart.

03 February, 2006 09:22  
Blogger Mike Perrigoue said...

Wow...what a blessing that must have been!!!

03 February, 2006 14:02  

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