Ehrman approaches the Da Vinci code armed with historical data, not faith based arguments. If you're looking for an impartial discussion of the material presented in the Da Vinci Code, this is the book for you.
Ehrman points out where Browne's character - BTW the fictional VILLIAN of the book made errors when stating facts, and what those mistakes were without resorting to standing on a soap box (or pulpit). As any good villian, Teabing presents historical data that is not exactly wrong, but that is innacurate and twisted to fit his agenda.
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