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Cracking Da Vinci's code
Format:
Book
Title:
Cracking Da Vinci's code
ISBN:
9780781441650
Publication Information:
Colorado Springs, Colo. : Victor, ©2004.
Physical Description:
252 pages ; 22 cm
Contents:
The code that shook the world -- God's second best idea -- Women are more sacred and feminine than the "sacred feminine" -- Jesus, who was he, really? -- Who is revising history? -- Don't shoot the canon -- The Gnostic gospels vs the New Testament gospels -- Secret knowledge -- The clash of the symbols -- Cracking the code -- Carrie's choice.
Summary:
Presents evidence to support the authors' contention that much of the information about Christianity and Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci set forth in Dan Brown's novel "The Da Vinci Code," are false, or at best only partially true.
Subject(s):
Christian saints in literature.

Christianity in literature.
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Electronic Access:
Table of contents http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip055/2004029437.html
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