Da Vinci Code — Is the Bible Reliable as a Historical Document?

One of the premises of the Da Vinci Code is that the Bible is not reliable as a historical document. Instead, Dan Brown elects to put his faith in the so-called gnostic gospels.

In this video former atheist Lee Strobel addresses the reliability of the Bible as a historical document:

See Also

• Ravi Zacharias on the questions: Is the Bible True? Why Should I Believe The Bible Is True?

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