Beyond Da Vinci: The True Bride of Christ

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AuthorHouse, Jul 27, 2006 - Religion - 154 pages

The History of mankind is very cyclical. How often has it been said, “history repeats itself.” Since time immemorial a repetitive theme in the human drama is Gnosticism, a teaching that special hidden knowledge leads to spiritual enlightenment. Gnostic myths have also focused on the sexual union of gods or goddesses with humans. The recent furor over the fictional novel and movie, The Da Vinci Code, has once again challenged the authenticity of the Christian Gospel, and brought new focus on Gnostic myths. Readers and movie-goers are encouraged to accept the dubious writings of “lost gospels” and reject the canonical teachings of the Bible. In those 2nd and 3rd century sources, the real Jesus who interacted with leaders, cared for the weak and sick, even loving the dregs of society, is exchanged for a strange creature that only appears to be human and bears no likeness to the Jewish man who died on a cruel Roman Cross.

Beyond Da Vinci presents the real Jesus through the rich nuptial imagery of the Old and New Testaments. The reader meets the true Bride of Christ and learns of the incredible consummation of Bride and Bridegroom that is yet to come. Are there false Brides? Was Jesus of Nazareth married? Was he just a man or was he divine? Come partake of this incredible journey through the greatest romance of history; a journey to the truth.


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Page 6 - The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge. There is no speech or language where their voice is not heard.

About the author (2006)

Rev. John Ingram is a graduate of Cedarville University and Wheaton Graduate School, with continued studies in education from Michigan State University. He has followed a multi-faceted career path in ministry, engineering and education, developing and implementing numerous adult study series for ministry in addition to implementing and facilitating industrial training.

His desire for the reader is a true and deeper understanding of the Christian faith for the challenging days in which we live. He resides with his wife, Sharon, in Sanford, Michigan.

Front Cover photo credit: Photo is by Patricia and John Conant, professional wedding photographers.

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