The Da Vinci Code - Fact or Fiction?
BEEN THINKING ABOUT THE DA VINCI CODE?
by Mart De Haan
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THE DA VINCI CODE: Separating Fact From Fiction
by Martin R. De Haan II
Released in March 2003, the book The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown quickly made The New York Times bestseller list. A year later, it was declared a bestseller in 100 countries, while Doubleday, its publisher, called it “the all-time bestselling adult novel.” Why such interest? The author claims to have given the world a fictional, fact-based conspiracy theory alleging “scientific evidence that the New Testament is false testimony” (p.341).
Because a “good read” combined with bad history is not something to stake your life on, we have asked RBC research editor Dennis Fisher to help us sort out the facts from the fiction.
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This commentary is adapted from
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by D. James Kennedy, Ph.D., and Jerry Newcombe
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by Chuck Missler
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