Da Vinci – A Broken Code
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If you are into secret societies and symbols, ciphers and cipher texts, anagrams and crytograms, then you may have enjoyed cracking the codes with the characters of The Da Vinci Code. With forty million copies in forty languages out there, is it just a harmless novel, or is there something more dangerous or even dishonest about it? If the New Testament Gospels are in its sights, what is it that is causing such a stir? And how should a reader respond to it? Is it to be ignored or taken head on? Is it a powerful tool or just another broken hammer? Are its claims true or. . .
Brian Edwards was the minister of an evangelical church in south west London for almost thirty years. He now has a ministry of writing, lecturing and preaching and is the author of fourteen books including two historical biographies, on John Newton and William Tyndale, and a full discussion of the authority and reliability of the Bible, Nothing But The Truth. Brian is also the editor of the popular Day One Travel Guide series.