Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Da Vinci Code Seminar

For those of you in the Southern California area, we are hosting a great event tomorrow night, Thursday, April 27. Visit the Trinity Law School website for more info and to RSVP. For those of you who can't make it, we will will have it available on DVD and audio CD if you are interested. They will be available through the schools website about a week later.

God Bless,

Doug
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EVENT: The Da Vinci Code Controversy: What you Need to Know!
WHEN: Thursday, April 27th
TIME: 7:00 - 9:00 PM
WHERE: at the Orange County Worship Center
1440 E. Santa Clara, Santa Ana, CA (east of the school)

This free event will feature best-selling author, commentator, and news analyst James Hirsen, along with professor Craig Hawkins from Trinity Graduate School and a panelist from Apologetics.com. Come find out what you, your church, your family, and your friends need to know about the Da Vinci Code controversy.

**Groups are welcome. Please RSVP!**

REGISTER ONLINE!: www.tls.edu
or
PHONE: 800-922-4748
714-796-7100
EMAIL: deaton@tiu.edu

6 Comments:

At Wednesday, April 26, 2006 2:51:00 PM, Blogger no_average_girl said...

i'm sure it would be awesome and i'd enjoy it...but that would be a little longer drive than across town! lol

is the book worth reading? i want to read it to just see what the fuss is all about!

 
At Wednesday, April 26, 2006 2:56:00 PM, Blogger Modern Day Magi said...

I would encourage anyone who can to attend this seminar.

The book is a good novel and is well written. Like any good novel set in modern times it is extremely believable which is why it is so damaging to the church.

I work in a christian book store and as such have read many of the christian responces to this novel, the best of which is The Truth Behind the Da Vinci Code by Richard Abanes. This one looks at the claims of the book from a historical and factual perspective rather than a scriptural one, when whitnessing to non christians about this book proving the 'facts' are wrong before talking about scripture (non christians dont believe scripture anyway) is a better approach.

MDM

 
At Wednesday, April 26, 2006 6:12:00 PM, Blogger The Wittenberg Door said...

Greetings, Doug. I was listening to a broadcast from Apologetics.com today on my iPod and it sounded like the name of one of the gentlemen was Doug Eaton. Would that be you?

 
At Wednesday, April 26, 2006 9:37:00 PM, Blogger Doug E. said...

Hey Wittenberg,

That would be me. They call me in when they need to fill a chair :-). I'm not sure it's one of their best decisions, but I sure appreciate the opportunity they give me.

God Bless,

Doug

 
At Wednesday, April 26, 2006 11:20:00 PM, Anonymous bobby grow said...

Doug, did you attend the Talbot MA Philosophy program? Although you probably wouldn't be the Reformed guy that you are if you had (i.e. middle knowledge--and the libertarian free agency emphasis there). I've had many friends attend that program--I'm currently accepted to that program myself--but won't be attending.

 
At Wednesday, April 26, 2006 11:43:00 PM, Blogger Doug E. said...

Bobby,

No I did not attend Talbot. I am currently finishing up an MA from Trinty Graduate School. It's part of Trinity International Univerity. We study a lot of those guys though Moreland, Craig etc.

Doug

 

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