The Da Vinci Code: Fact or Fiction? (Audio)
Shortly after Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code was published in 2003, the book became an international sensation, sparking discussions on everything from the historical accuracy of the gospels to the alleged "secrets" of Christian tradition. As recently as 2010, The Da Vinci Code appeared on a list of the top 101 books ever written.
While the story itself is fictional, Dan Brown claimed that a non-fictional version would have been little different.
It is against this claim that Larry Taunton, Executive Director of Fixed Point, argues. With historical and literary evidence, he makes a compelling case for both the authenticity of the Biblical texts and the inaccuracies of Brown's theories.
"The historic foundations for the Bible and for the Christain faith are solid... sadly, many have read this book and they accept it as historic fact."
Runtime: Approx. 40 minutes
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