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The Da Vinci Deception | [Erwin W. Lutzer]

The Da Vinci Deception

Was Jesus really married to Mary Magdalene? Did they actually have children who intermarried with the French royal family? Has the church been hiding the truth for centuries? In his best-selling work of fiction The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown blurs the lines between history and fiction, giving the impression they are one and the same and that Christianity is based on a lie. In The Da Vinci Deception, Dr. Erwin Lutzer examines the "facts" behind the best-selling novel.
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Was Jesus really married to Mary Magdalene? Did they actually have children who intermarried with the French royal family? Has the church been hiding the truth for centuries?

In his best-selling work of fiction The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown blurs the lines between history and fiction, giving the impression they are one and the same and that Christianity is based on a lie. In The Da Vinci Deception, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, well-known theologian and pastor of the world-famous Moody Church in Chicago, examines the "facts" behind the best-selling novel, clarifies the issues involved in the deception, and equips readers with the truth.

©2004 Erwin W. Lutzer; (P)2004 Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

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    Raymond United States 01-19-14
    Raymond United States 01-19-14 Listener Since 2007
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    Would you try another book from Erwin W. Lutzer and/or Todd Busteed?

    If they author another book that would interest me, yes.


    Would you recommend The Da Vinci Deception to your friends? Why or why not?

    Maybe. The book for the most part simply point by point states the Christian answer to each of Dan Brown's story elements. Could have been a 6 chapter book, the 7 the was a sermon to gather in the sheep.


    What do you think the narrator could have done better?

    Narrator was ok, but the volume constantly went up and down.


    Was The Da Vinci Deception worth the listening time?

    Yes, all but the last chapter. If I listen again I will stop at the end of chapter 6.


    Any additional comments?

    This is a fairly good book to look at the Christian history and response of the elements of The Da Vinci Code. I must challenge the author on his stating that Christian traditions are all original when there is plenty of evidence that many came from pagan traditions.
    If you are one who feels The Da Vinci Code is fiction and want to know the Christian history get this book.

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