Posts Tagged "Da Vinci Code"

The Da Vinci Code: Opportunity or “Othercott”?

Posted by on May 12, 2006 in Blog | 6 comments

In my public appearances on The Da Vinci Code, I routinely make the point that the release of the movie presents the church with a golden opportunity for witness. In this I am joined by many others who have prepared helpful resources for dealing with the central claims of The Da Vinci Code. Yet not everyone agrees that the church ought to use the release of the movie as a witnessing opportunity. In a recent column posted at entitled “Let’s ‘Othercott’ Da Vinci,” Barbara Nicolosi (founder and director of Act One, an... Read More

The Da Vinci Code: A Myth of Christian Origins

Posted by on Apr 26, 2006 in Blog | 1 comment

The following is excerpted from an article I wrote for Reformation 21: The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown is a book about a non-existent code to provide clues to uncover suppressed evidence about a marriage that never took place. But why cover up evidence that does not exist? How does one cover up non-existing evidence? And why cover up evidence about a relationship that never existed in the first place? Such is the “logic” of The Da Vinci Code, and the above non sequiturs already make clear that the conspiracy theory underlying the book has holes so large to accommodate much more than the... Read More