| 'THE DA VINCI CODE' 'A mix of truth and lies'
LAST MONTH, The Gleaner asked a few persons studying theology at some of the nation's seminaries to view The Da Vinci Code movie and to give a response to the film. On viewing the film, the consensus was that it was heretical, and would...
Da Vinci Code Review: Jesus! God, Human or Both?
When Jesus asked his disciples, "Who do people say that I am?" he got several different answers: John the Baptist, Elijah, one of the prophets (Matt. 18, Mark 8, Luke 9).
Da Vinci Code Movie
After watching the movie, The Da Vinci Code, I realized why the Christians and Muslims leaders stopped showing this movie in Jordan, in the Middle East, The Holy Land.
A theological reflection on The Da Vinci Code movie
The DaVinci Code presents nothing new to the age-old landscape of Christianity. All Dan Brown has done is to take the argument of Arius, an Alexandrian theologian, and added more inconsistencies to an argument that has no merit.
The Da Vinci Code - A Pastoral Reflection
In the Dan Brown Thriller The Da Vinci Code. It is said that the secret, which would discredit the Church and that had been hidden for many years, would now come to light.
The Da Vinci Code - a theological review
The movie, like the book, is built around the proposition that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and they had children.
Review of the Da Vinci Code
Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code postulates a theory that is not new, but certainly is more topical as the world changes, women's issues become less marginalized and our formerly male dominated sphere becomes more balanced between the sexes.
The Da Vinci Code-A Critique
Although The Da Vinci Code movie is a fictional piece, its writer, Dan Brown claims that the documents, artwork and secret rituals depicted in the movie are empirical truths.
Review of The Da Vinci Code
The main ideas surrounding The Da Vinci Code are that Jesus was not God, but a mere man, and thereby had, and exercised the ability to produce progeny; that Mary Magdalene had an exalted position above the other disciples as evidenced by the tone of the..
A CRITIQUE OF THE MOVIE - "THE DA VINCI CODE" - BASED ON THE BEST SELLING NOVEL BY DAN BROWN
Earle Cairns in his book "Christianity through the Centuries" states, "Christians have a special interest in history because the very foundations of the faith that they profess are rooted in history.