Bringing the Text to Life
It’s been called a brainy thriller.
Exceedingly clever. A gripping mix of murder and myth. A spellbinding re-examination of 2,000 years of religious history.
You’ve probably read it: The Da Vinci Code.
Dan Brown’s popular page-turner soared to the top of The New York Times best-seller list, and became the topic of heated conversations in book clubs and Bible studies across the country. It also inspired an army of writers to crank up their word processors and fire back with books such as Da Vinci Code Decoded, The Truth Behind the Da Vinci Code, Secrets of the Code, Truth and Fiction in the Da Vinci Code, Breaking the Da Vinci Code, Exploring the Da Vinci Code, and Cracking Da Vinci’s Code.
Entire forests have been cut down to satisfy our craving for books about the Code.
And now, beginning this Friday, May 19, we can see the movie version of The Da Vinci Code, starring Tom Hanks as religious symbology expert Robert Langdon. The story begins with the murder of a...