The Da Vinci Code

Resources (Presentations, Articles, etc.)

In this booklet, Dr. Kostenberger deals with six key issues raised by The Da Vinci Code. He interacts with biblical and historical data to show that Dan Brown’s truth claims have no basis in fact. To view the booklet (.pdf) click on the image to the left or call Southeastern Seminary’s LifeWay campus store at 919-556-3481 to order a hard copy.

Dr Kostenberger spoke at various churches and events about The Da Vinci Code and he made a PowerPoint presentation. To view the condensed version, click here (.pdf). To view the complete version, click here (.pdf).

On Deeper Devotion Dr. Kostenberger wrote an article entitled, “The Da Vinci Code: Tale of our Times, Opportunity for Witness”. To view the article, click here (.pdf).

“Why is Da Vinci so successful?” Dr. Kostenberger wrote this as a FirstPerson comlumn for BPNews. To view the comlumn, click here (.pdf).

“Da Vinci: Opportunity or Othercott?” Dr. Kostenberger wrote this as a FirstPerson column for BPNews. To view the comlumn, click here (.pdf).

Dr. Kostenberger wrote a blog on the discovered Gospel of Judas. To view the blog, click here.

Dr. Kostenberger wrote an article entitled, “The Da Vinci Code: A Myth of Christian Origins” for the Reformation 21 journal.

Dr. Kostenberger wrote an article summarizing his faculty lecture on the state of New Testament scholarship.

 

Audio and Video

Dr. Kostenberger and Dr. Michael Green respond to The Da Vinci Code on TrueLife.org. To view the blog post, click here. To watch the video on Vimeo, click here.

A panel discussion at Southeastern’s 20/20 Collegiate Conference consisting of Dr. Kostenberger, Norman Geisler, Richard Hays, and Bart Ehrman. To listen to the panel discussion, click here.

Dr. Kostenberger taught a discipleship class at Richland Creek Community Church entitled, “The Truth About The Da Vinci Code”.

Dr. Kostenberger was on Calling for the Truth radio station for a radio interview.

Dr. Kostenberger gave a faculty lecture on the state of New Testament scholarship.