Mark D. Roberts on the DaVinci Code

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With the upcoming theatrical release of the movie adaptation of Dan Brown's The DaVinci Code has come a whole host of discussion of the book, its merits, and its claims.

I've not really gotten into it. Personally, I enjoyed reading the book; of course, I was taught from a young age to understand the concept of fiction, and the ability to differentiate between fiction and reality. So, I was in no way offended by the book.

However, for those with questions about the truth versus The Code, take a look at this FAQ put together by Mark D. Roberts.

Via Rhett Smith.


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2 Responses to “Mark D. Roberts on the DaVinci Code”
  1. Chris says:

    I am doing a study at work with a few guys of Lee Strobel’s Discussing the Da Vinci Code. Since I have not read the book, it is helping me to understand what was in the book, how Dan Brown has mislead people it is true, and proof of it not being true (for talking with non-believers). A big problem is that Dan Brown originally set out to write a fiction novel, but (as he now claims) he now believes everything he has written to be true. He is either a great salesman, or very mislead. Either way, it is the devil at work if it turns believers into non-believers.

  2. cb says:

    Wow, I’ve always liked Lee Stroebel’s books; I’ll have to check this one out.

    No disagreement on what you’ve said, whatsoever.

    The critical issue here – as with anything of the world – is discernment. Any Christian should avoid that which he cannot, through lack of knowledge (igorance) or lack of faith (maturity), discern what is truth from what is not.

    Every one of us falls into that category in one way or another, at one time or another.