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Wednesday, November 09, 2005
If you are following the Da Vinci Code Series by White...
For those of you have lived under a rock this past year - the Da Vinci Code is your standard cross genre Creole combining the detective, thriller, and conspiracy theory genres under one umbrella.

The novel is pulp by all standards - unapologetically heretical and blatantly inaccurate historically - it claims that the Roman Catholic Church has worked to cover up the true history of Jesus.

James White has been been doing a series on the book - I haven't been following it all - but I did like this latest part because it records a very early Christian testimony (about 140 years after Christ's death) - one that predates the council of Nicea and the Constantinian conversion by more than a century.

The Da Vinci Code Part V
posted by Daniel @ 2:52 PM  
  • At 8:51 AM, November 10, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I do not read such kind of books...but I do wonder if perhaps what you mention as being inaccurate is more than you might think...have read some accounts by some who were on the inside...that give one pause for thought.

    Whatever the reasons, we today are so VERY far off in some areas! Why we even think we can tell GOD HOW we will choose to worship HIM and of course, HE will automatically agree! Uh huh, indeed! Mixing the profane with the holy has become commonplace...and HE has plenty to say about that in the OT...oh, but wait, we aren't supposed to read THOSE verses, right?

    sigh...still trying to learn truth, Elizabeth

  • At 8:53 AM, November 10, 2005, Blogger Brad Williams said…

    I still can't believe that Opie would direct such a flick. What would Andy say?

  • At 12:01 PM, November 10, 2005, Blogger Daniel said…

    Beth - have no fear, the historical inaccuracies I mention are freely known and quite well documented by reputable people. Even if we had no bible to tell us just how ridiculous and erroneous most of the claims made in the book are - we would still have the historical record to show just how impossible the "theory" is.

    Brad - Great to have you back buddy! I too was surprized to learn that Mr. Howard would be directing.

  • At 12:07 AM, November 13, 2005, Blogger marc said…


    A good friend of mine is co-authoring a book on the DaVinci-Code, not so much to debunk it (although thats how it will be marketed) but to lay some Christological groundwork in peoples mind using TDVC as a foil.

  • At 9:13 PM, November 13, 2005, Blogger Daniel said…

    Marc - you will have to let me know when it is published, and what it is called. Might be an interesting read!

  • At 11:08 PM, November 15, 2005, Blogger marc said…

    Will Do...

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