Tuesday, May 2, 2006

of codes and hoaxes

i haven't spoken much about what's been going on lately in regards to the DVC in my life, mainly for fear of getting dooced.

but i wanted to pass along some fabulous resources about the novel/movie. click on any that interest you...
especially as the premiere approaches.

How to Talk About the Da Vinci Code -
from Catholic Match

Written by Amy Welborn, whose Open Book is a daily read for me. Good stuff here. Concise and to the point.
The "It's Just Fiction!" Doctrine:
Reading Too Little Into The Da Vinci Code

Written by Eugene, Oregon's own Carl Olson. Separates the hype from the actual problem at hand: centering on the historical and religious claims of the novel.
The Top Ten Errors found in the 'The Da Vinci Code'
By Alex McFarland, for the Focus on the Family website regarding DVC. Interesting perspective, given that it is not from a specifically Catholic viewpoint.
Finally, when you need a laugh, check out the following to see all that Constantine did in his life time. As long as we're re-writing history... :)

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