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Christian The Da Vinci Code Revealed Produced by Watchman Fellowship.
Christian The Da Vinci Code: Separating Fact From Fiction 4 part video presentation. Audio, powerpoint and notes available as well. By Pete Yazzolino.
Christian Redeeming the Da Vinci Code A training tool to strengthen believers and create evangelism opportunities.

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Christian Analyzing the Da Vinci Code by Jonathan Simpsom, First Baptist Church of Parker, Texas.
Christian Breaking the Da Vinci Code by Ron Dunton, Metrocrest Presbyterian Church, Carrollton, Texas. Five-part series:
1) Exposing the Bible’s missing books
2) Revealing the Bible’s true agenda
3) Exploding the myths about Jesus
4) Unveiling who Jesus really was
5) Investigating Jesus’ love for women
Christian The Da Vinci Code [MP3] ames Patrick Holding, of Tektonics Apologetics Ministries, guest appearance at Issues, Etc., hosted by hosted by pastor Rodd Wilken.
Christian Refuting the Da Vinci Code [MP3 – stream or download] 3-part series by Dr. Phil Fernandes of the Institute of Biblical Defense:
1) An overview of the Da Vinci Code,
2) The fallacies of the Da Vinci Code,
3) Refuting the Da Vinci Code; Defending the Canon

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