Assaults on Bible Christianity have been many and malicious â€“ but Dan Brownâ€™s The Da Vinci Code is definitely one of the most damaging in generations.
His best-selling novel weaves an argument that Christianity is rotten to the core, and is based on lies and political conspiracy.
This is more than a little ironic since Brownâ€™s book has been described as:
â€¢ "A tale rooted in â€¦ demonstrable falsehoods â€¦ filled with so many errors. One can barely open his book to a random page and not find an error of some kind" (Richard Abanes)
â€¢ "So error-laden â€¦ that the educated reader actually applauds those rare occasions where Brown stumbles (despite himself) into the truth" (Sandra Miesel)
The purpose of any "Errata" is to correct the mistakes that appeared in a previous edition. Most of these may be mere typographical errors; others may be of such a nature as to lead readers seriously astray. The Da Vinci Code is firmly in the latter category.
Instead of moving from The Da Vinci Code to complete the final book in his trilogy of thrillers, this is the type of follow-up volume Dan Brown should have written:
â€˜The Da Vinci Code â€“ Errata â€¦ Exposing The Errors!â€™
With so many inaccuracies already read by so many people, it would be good to recommend this book to them â€“ it is time to tell them the truth!
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