DaVinci Code as Non-Fiction

Da_vinci_code_1Let me first say that I’ve not finished reading the DaVinci Code. I’m about 50% complete as of now.

This book is a page-turner and it is a great story… but I find it hard to believe that there are really people willing to argue that Dan Brown’s book has some sort of great secret in it. I think Time Magazine actually did a good job at looking at some of the backgrounds to Opus Dei and also a great look inside their "secret headquarters." [Read article]

Also interesting and found on the Opus Dei website is this response to the DaVinci Code:


In fact, The Da Vinci Code gets Opus Dei’s nature 180
degrees backwards. Monastic orders are for people who have a vocation
to seek holiness by withdrawing from the secular world; Opus Dei is for
people who have a vocation to live their Christian faith in the middle
of secular society.
[Read article]

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By Adam McLane

Kristen and Adam live in the San Diego neighborhood of Rolando with their three children.

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