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- Editor: Brilliance Audio Lib Edn; Edición: Unabridged (28 de agosto de 2004)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1593354770
- ISBN-13: 978-1593354770
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Cracking Da Vinci's Code: You've Read the Book, Now Hear the Truth; Library Edition (Inglés)
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The controversy grows with every sale of the bestselling novel. Throughout the contemporary fictional storyline of The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown skillfully weaves historical assertions intended to shake the very foundations of Christianity: Was Jesus merely human and not divine? Did Jesus and Mary Magdalene marry and have children? Is there a Holy Grail? If so, what is it and where can it be found?CRACKING DA VINCIS CODE is the long-awaited answer to these and other questions. Authors James L. Garlow and Peter Jones present compelling evidence that Browns assertions are not only historically inaccurate, but may also contain a hidden agenda.
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There is nothing really bad,wrong, or misinforming about this book. It is written from a Christian perspective, which is exactly what the negative "reviewers" don't like. The authors take statements made in the book, that are supposed to be based on "fact", apart page by page and state their disagreement, and present their "facts" in an easy-to-read format, at the low reading level of an astonishing number of Americans. It is not a scholarly work. It is not intended to be a scholarly work. It is written for the masses, especially those not educated in things of the Bible, or much else. It could be read by young people (well, some young people who actually received an education in today's public schools) because of the reading level and format.
It is astonishing how divided this country is along both political and religious lines. Atheists, agnostics, leftists, "liberals", deviants of all kinds, and other non-churched people discredit anything that speaks of morals, goodness, religion, discipline, and, more often than not, very cowardly remain anonymous. Therefore we see a lot of one-star "reviews" on any book that stands up for these principles.
Religous people, of course, rate these kind of books highly.
Which of these "reviewers" really read the book? Decide for yourself, but please don't rate a book unless you've read it and can fairly rate it.
I also appreciated Ben Witherington's book on the topic, and D. Bock, both world-class Biblical scholars.
Was given my first one as a birthday present. From then on it was
read, read all of Brown's books.