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101 questions and answers on The Da Vinci code and the Catholic tradition

Author: Nancy Marie De Flon; John Vidmar
Publisher: Mahwah, N.J. : Paulist Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Dan Brown's popular novel The Da Vinci Code makes assertions that are in stark opposition to Catholic teaching and seriously misrepresents church history and doctrine. in 101 Q & A on The Da Vinci Code and the Catholic Tradition, two church historians separate fact from fiction and go beyond the endless refutations of Brown's assertions to focus on positive and, in some cases, surprising aspects of church history."  Read more...
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Named Person: Dan Brown
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Marie De Flon; John Vidmar
ISBN: 0809144123 9780809144129
OCLC Number: 62679794
Description: xxi, 144 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: One: How History Gets Written --
Two: The New Testament --
Three: Gnosticism --
Four: Constantine and Christianity in the Roman Empire --
Five: The "Sacred Feminine" and Women in Christianity --
Six: Mary Magdalene --
Seven: The Holy Grail --
Eight: The Priory of Sion, Knights Templar, and Freemasons --
Nine: Churches and Chapels --
Ten: Opus Dei --
Eleven: The Jewish Tradition --
Twelve: Leonardo Da Vinci
Responsibility: Nancy de Flon and John Vidmar.

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Church historians de Flon and Vidmar use a reader-friendly question and answer format to separate fact from fiction and to go beyond the endless refutations of Dan Brown's assertions in his mega  Read more...
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The Da Vinci Code (no one in his own time called him that--his real name was Leonardo) is well-spun hokum, a compelling story permeated by absurd fantasy and dishonest history. The authors of this Read more...

 
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