Theological Seminary has announced that it has partnered with
interl’inc to create resource materials specifically for teens and
young adults on “The Da Vinci Code” book and movie.
The school hosts www.thetruthaboutdavinci.com. Interl’inc ( www.interlinc-online.com) is known for its use of cutting-edge music to integrate biblical teaching and Scripture.
Peter Lillback, president of Westminster Seminary, noted that youth resources on “Da Vinci Code” had not been created yet.
The creators say their resources teach young people about biblical and historical truths as well as how to defend their faith.
The study guide is designed to be used over four sessions and covers the following themes: Doubts About the Church, Doubts About the Bible; Doubts About Jesus; and Confidence About Jesus.
Westminster faculty has joined with noted authors, theologians and scholars to provide content for pastors, small group leaders, as well as the average person just wanting to research the facts and come to their own conclusions.
The resource is featured in the upcoming issue of interl’inc’s resource magazine, Youth Leaders Only (YLO), and on the Westminster website, www.thetruthaboutdavinci.com.