Watching it right now and just wondering what some christians (of all types: pagans, catholics etc) think of the film and what is being suggested.
yes yes, its fiction i know. BUT...what if this was considered as a possible theory?
(Some do consider this much more believable then what is written in the bible)
Answer by Anonymous at 4:29 PM on May. 10, 2009
wondering what some christians (of all types: pagans, catholics etc)
I enjoyed the movie & can't wait to see Angels & Demons, as I enjoyed that book too. As for the theories behind it, they are interesting. It seems to me probable that Jesus the person was married, but the idea of his bloodline being followed & protected for centuries without anyone spilling, seems unlikely. Mythologically speaking, it is interesting to consider the impact if that became the accepted story.
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Answer by mum-to-be-at-18 at 5:11 PM on May. 10, 2009
The hoax of the Priori of Sion was believed. By a lot of people and for many years. It was eventually disproven, but while they believed the documents were as old as they looked, it was absolutely considered possible. Up until Dan Brown made it famous, and gave all the people who debunked it a reason to be on TV, a lot of people still believed it, even though it had been disproven over ten years earlier.
Enough people believed it to keep that book on the bestsellers list for years.
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