Learn more about CCRLS
Reading recommendations from Novelist
Online learning resources
Cover image for The Da Vinci hoax : exposing the errors in The Da Vinci code
The Da Vinci hoax : exposing the errors in The Da Vinci code
Format:
Book
Title:
The Da Vinci hoax : exposing the errors in The Da Vinci code
ISBN:
9781586170349
Publication Information:
San Francisco : Ignatius Press, ©2004.
Physical Description:
329 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents:
Foreword / Francis Cardinal George -- Introduction / James Hitchcock -- 'The Da Vinci Code' phenomenon: An introduction -- 1. Gnosticism: The religion of the Code -- 2. The Magdalene: Saint, sinner, of goddess? -- 3. The Christ and the 'Code' -- 4. Constantine, Paganism, and Nicaea -- 5. Myths of the Holy Grail -- 6. The real Templars -- 7. The Templar myth -- 8. The Priory of Sion hoax -- 9. The 'Code' puts on artistic errors -- 10. More errors and final thoughts.
Summary:
A carefully researched critique of Dan Brown's bestselling novel "The Da Vinci Code" that reveals the truth behind the facts Brown presents in the novel and examines some of the novel's more controversial claims.
Subject(s):
Christian saints in literature.

Christianity in literature.
Added Author:
Holds: