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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    Here's a good site that tackles the question of whether or not Jesus was married. From what I read, it seems to come from both sides of the argument.
    It ends undecided, but it presents evidence to think about:

    http://www.grailchurch.org/marriedjesus.htm

    I am turned off by the idea of his marriage mostly because if he was married, he would, by biblical law, need to have a procreative sexual relationship. And if he did, wouldn't there be offspring even today that were part-God since Jesus was both all-God and all-human. The first point #7 on that site tackles it with evidence from Church Creed, but I don't know how credible Church Creed is, how God-inspired it is... I'll have to find out for myself.
    I'll probably just ask him when I die.
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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    I think what we really need is actual biblical evidence. I mean if it's not in the bible, I don't really think it was important enough to debate, and it probably isn't important for our salvation.
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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    Guys.. again this thread is about the movie... NOT about a theologial discussion over something that happened 2000 years ago. If you want to talk about that kind of stuff, please take it to the debate lounge. Thank you.
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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    hey hey hey i just added on...
    "Peter," she asked, trying to speak firmly, "what are your exact feelings to me?"
    "Those of a devoted son, Wendy."
    "I thought so," she said, and went and sat by herself at the extreme end of the room.





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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    he did it first haha
    "Peter," she asked, trying to speak firmly, "what are your exact feelings to me?"
    "Those of a devoted son, Wendy."
    "I thought so," she said, and went and sat by herself at the extreme end of the room.





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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    I'm not seeing it. I have no desire to.
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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    DW saw it today and liked it. (But then, she liked the book, too.)
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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    I'll see the movie eventually. I enjoyed the book....but it did not threaten any of my morales, values or beliefs. The book was an entertaining read......of course I feel the same way about the bible......and many other books....both fiction and non-fiction.

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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    I just got back from seeing it. I enjoyed it. Not a academy award winner.. but a good film none the less
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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    I also had to add that it was very respectful of peoples beliefs.
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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    No thank you






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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    Quote Originally Posted by MandaBella
    I like your point. I see nothing wrong with this idea; however, it has no historical or religious evidence to back it up. Growing up I always wondered how/why Jesus never married and had children...
    Eh, I don't go for much "historical evidence" to back any idea up. It scares me to think what the future generations will think of our history. Our history is only as good as who writes it, and if you look at 98% of "news" writers out there, we're gonna look really, really bad.
    I don't think the system was much different back then. People add or omit what they desire to prove their point. That's nothing new to recent centuries.
    I prefer to keep an open mind about anything and everything that could have happened. I think it's a bit ignorant to think that everything was documented properly and remained in perfect order for thousands of years. Plus it just keeps things more fun that way!
    But in movie news a few of my friends saw it and dug it a lot! One of them had read the book and said it went a little soft in it's translation, but still an entertaining movie.
    The book is usually better than the movie in any case though, isn't it? lol

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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    Saw it last night and enjoyed it. If you see it without reading the book, you may have some problems following what is going on for a while. I thought that the screenplay adaptation failed in this regard. Still, it was entertaining, the acting was good, and the locations were beautiful. I particularly liked Ian McKlellan. And I would have to agree with what was said above in regard to the movie being respectful of others beliefs.

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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trekkie Dad
    DW saw it today and liked it. (But then, she liked the book, too.)
    I keep thinking you're referring to me when you say "DW"

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    Re: So who is going to see 'Da Vinci Code' on Friday?

    DW=dear wife, common usage around here, along with DH, DS, and DD.
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