As true Christians we are called to exalt and proclaim Jesus Christ as The Way, The Truth, The Life, in the midst of a culture that sees all religions as created equal - where all truths, values and opinions are placed on the same level. This is one of the reasons why author Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, has caused such a present stir within Christendom. Religious pluralism and intolerance face each other in this novel. Brown does consider himself a Christian, but one who is pursuing his own path of enlightenment. As a product of our society, he is searching, as he says, for a crossroads where all the world religions will meet and work out their differences in the embrace of an all-embracing goddess. The curious reader is taken by Brown's pen back and forth, over thirty times, to two different sets of fictional characters: to those who want to decipher the secret code that exposes the supposedly "hidden" message contained in Leonardo da Vinci's paintings; and then, to those who want to keep this mysterious "truth" concealed forever, even to the point of committing murders in the Name of Christ. Brown's hidden agenda is thinly veiled; and this two-part series will expose his plan of tipping the scales in favor of the religion of the Mother Goddess, the "Sacred Feminine" - even to the point of desecrating the long-held Creeds of Christianity.