Angels and Demons

Last week Sony Pictures released Angels and Demons, which is a follow-up to Dan Brown’s The DaVinci Code. I have yet to see it, but am certainly interested in doing so sometime in the near future. Though the buzz surrounding this film is nothing like that of DaVinci, I am sure there will be ample opportunities to engage in healthy dialogue with friends and families. Here are a few links that might help you to be better informed as you interact:

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Last week Sony Pictures released Angels and Demons, which is a follow-up to Dan Brown’s The DaVinci Code. I have yet to see it, but am certainly interested in doing so sometime in the near future.

Though the buzz surrounding this film is nothing like that of DaVinci, I am sure there will be ample opportunities to engage in healthy dialogue with friends and families. Here are a few links that might help you to be better informed as you interact:

  • Web site created by Westminster Theological Seminary to answer some common questions.
  • New York Times article on Brown’s influence.
  • I have also previously mentioned Darrel Bock’s, Breaking the DaVinci Code which will help to expose some of the historical and theological inaccuracies of Brown’s work.

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