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Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Cool Da Vinci Code Resources

I have recommended the little volume The Da Vinci Code: Fact or Fiction by Paul Maier several times in the past. If you want a brief handbook to help make sense of the Da Vinci Code nonsense, this is the one to get.

But today, I also located this awesome website created by Westminster Theological Seminary. Go check it out: The Truth About Da Vinci.

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1 comment:

Darrell said...

The Discovery Channel has been airing a program called The Real Da Vinci Code, hosted by the British actor Tony Robinson (Baldrick from the old BBC comedy Blackadder.) Robinson does a great job, his role calls for him to be serious and analytical, and I didn't realize who he was until half-way through the program. Anyway, the program is presented from a secular point of view, and basically dismisses the whole Da Vinci Code theory as hogwash. I'm glad that these blatant falsehoods are as dismissible to those without a Christian perspective as they are to those of us with a vested, religious interest. Of course, I'm sure there will still be scads of people who see the movie and buy the whole bill of goods.

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