The Da Vinci Hoax
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The Da Vinci Hoax

Exposing the Errors in The Da Vinci Code

Carl Olson & Sandra Miesel

The Da Vinci Hoax
Ignatius Press

The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown’s best selling novel, purports to be more than fiction: it claims to be based on fact and scholarly research. Brown wants his readers to believe that he is revealing the long-concealed truth about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and early Christianity, a truth that he says has been suppressed by the malevolent and conspiratorial forces of the Catholic Church. The novel alleges that there has been throughout history a secret group of true followers of a Gnostic Jesus and his wife, Mary Magdalene, the true “Holy Grail”. Almost everything most Christians and non-Christians think they know about Jesus, according to Dan Brown, is completely wrong, the result of Catholic propaganda designed to hide the truth from the world.

But are The Da Vinci Code’s claims fact or just plain fiction? Is the novel well-researched as claimed? What is the truth about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and the early Church? Has the Catholic Church distorted the real Jesus? Why is the novel so popular? What about the anti-Catholic, anti-Christian agenda behind the novel?

Best selling author Carl Olson and journalist Sandra Miesel answer these and other important questions. Their painstaking research into The Da Vinci Code and its sources reveals some surprising truths. No one who has read or heard about The Da Vinci Code should miss this provocative and illuminating new book.

Zie ook de artikelen uit Envoy en Crisis Magazine.

Carl E. Olson is the best-selling
author of Will Catholics Be "Left Behind"?,
(Ignatius, 2003) which was selected by
the Associated Press as one of the best
religious titles of 2003. Raised in a
Fundamentalist home, he attended an
Evangelical Bible college. Carl entered
the Catholic Church in 1997 and holds
an MTS from the University of Dallas.
A well-respected author and the former
editor of Envoy magazine, he has
written for First Things, This Rock,
Envoy, Crisis, National Review
Online, Our Sunday Visitor, and
National Catholic Register. Carl lives
with his wife and daughter in Eugene,
Oregon. You can read many of
Carl's articles at his website,
www.carl-olson.com.
Sandra Miesel holds masters’
degrees in biochemistry and medieval
history from the University of Illinois.
Since 1983, she has written hundreds
of articles for the Catholic press, chiefly
on history, art, and hagiography. She
regularly appears in Crisis magazine and
is a columnist for the diocesan paper of
Norwich, Connecticut. Sandra has spoken
at religious and academic conferences,
appeared on EWTN, and given numerous
radio interviews. Outside the Catholic
sphere, she has also written, analyzed,
and edited fiction. Sandra and her husband
John have raised three children.
 

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