By Moody Adams
“A controversial new documentary, following in the footsteps of the popular, if heretical, "The Da Vinci Code," asks the brazen question: "What if the greatest story ever told was a lie?" reports WorldNetDaily. “Coming to theaters later this month, "Bloodline" seeks to prove the conspiracy tale that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had a child whose bloodline continues today. Ben Hammott, an English adventurer, claims to have discovered in southwest France a remote tomb and relics from Jerusalem, dated back to the first century. The discovery provides the subject matter for this new film about what producers say is ‘the Church's best kept secret.’”

Hammott left his Catholic faith and strives to lead others away in this film opening nationwide later this month.

Hammott joins a fast growing group fulfilling Bible prophecy by their attacks on Jesus Christ. “Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time” (I John 2:18).

The movie claims Mary Magdalene stole the body of Jesus from the tomb. It would have been truly amazing if this woman had sneaked past the Roman guard and taken the body out. The Roman guards would have paid with their life for such dereliction of duty. If would have been even more amazing if she had moved the massive stone covering the entrance to the tomb. Mary would rank as a magician superior to Houndini.

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