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Re: The Truth About “Angels and Demons”

Sunday, May 17th, 2009

( Movie Image by Getty Images via Daylife) Ron Howard’s new movie adaptation of Dan Brown’s 2000 novel Angels and Demons just came out this week. This is the long waited sequel to The Da Vinci Code. This time the work is exploring themes of science verses religion with Christianity and particularly Catholicism in the […]

-Archaeological Support for Divinity of Jesus

Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

The discovery of one of the earliest churches at Megiddo, Israel several years ago, gives archaeological support for the divinity of Jesus as an early Christian teaching. Many recent writers, particularly Dan Brown of The Da Vinci Code, have insisted that the ‘divinity of Jesus Christ’ was a later teaching that was formulated by Constantine […]

“The Da Vinci Code: Fact or Fiction?”

Sunday, August 27th, 2006

By Hank Hanegraaff and Paul L. Maier (Wheaton,Ill.: Tyndale House Pub.,Inc., 2004, 79 pgs) This is an excellent book for dealing with the myriad of historical problems presented in the novel by Dan Brown.  In Part One, Dr. Paul Maier points out all the major historical/religious problems and challenges made in The Da Vinci Code.  […]

The Da Vinci Code -Movie (PG13)

Sunday, May 21st, 2006

Sony/Columbia Pictures, 2006, Directed by: Ron Howard; Starring: Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou, Ian McKellen      The long awaited ‘block-buster’ movie is finally here, but is it really deserving of the title, or is it a ‘bust’, or maybe something in between?  Maybe it is just ‘good’ or ‘very good’.  The 40 million best-seller book created an […]

The Da Vinci Code: Top Ten False Claims Made In The Book

Saturday, May 20th, 2006

    There are hundreds of historical mistakes made by the Dan Brown in The Da Vinci Code.  None of it would be particularly important in a work of ‘fiction’,  except that Brown claims that all the background material is ‘true’.  He continues to maintain that view even in the face of numerous  assaults by historians, […]