The Da Vinci Deception: 100 Questions about the Facts and Fiction of the Da Vinci Code

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Ascension Press, 2006 - Literary Criticism - 131 pages
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Why has The Da Vinci Code sold tens of millions of copies worldwide? Is the book's phenomenal success due to its compelling characters, thrilling plot points, or impeccable research? No. The Da Vinci Code has become an international hit because of its lurid prose and its sensationalistic -- even blasphemous -- claims regarding the "true" history of Christianity. In the end, it is nothing more than a thinly veiled assault on the person of Jesus Christ and His Church. Millions of people, who are not experts in history, art, theology, or archeology, are being led astray by The Da Vinci Code's fraudulent assertions and invented history. On May 19th, The DaVinci Code will be released as a major motion picture. Film critics have predicted it will be one of the year's biggest blockbusters. The Da Vinci Deception is a powerful antidote to the spiritual poison found in The DaVinci Code. This easy-to-read, question-and-answer book tackles the key errors in this devastating cultural phenomenon.

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Review: The Da Vinci Deception: 100 Questions about the Facts and Fiction of the Da Vinci Code

User Review  - Daiva - Goodreads

Interesting 100 facts about Da Vinci code books that proves what author did wrong. I'm convinced. Read full review

Review: The Da Vinci Deception: 100 Questions about the Facts and Fiction of the Da Vinci Code

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100 points devastating to Brown's insidious fictions. Read full review

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Contents

Introduction by Tom Allen
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1 The Novel the Author and Why They Matter
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Little Lies Prepare for Big Ones
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Copyright

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About the author (2006)

EDWARD SRI, S.T.D., is an assistant professor of theology at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas. He is a founding leader with Curtis Martin of FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) and the author of several books, including The New Rosary in Scripture (Servant Books). Edward and his wife Elizabeth are the parents of three children.

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