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*Krishna was presented with Gold Frankincense
and Myrrh, and thus the story was plagarized by Christian writers.Krishna was never given Gold
Frankincense and Myrrh. The stories of Krishna’s resurrection were not
added to Hindu mythology until after Christian missionaries visited
India. Ironically, it's Hidus who plagarized from Christians, not the
other way around!
We know Christ was killed around March because we know Christ was
killed during Passover, which happens around March or April. Dec. 25th
was also thought by the early church to be the day the first Chanukah
was celebrated. It's also thought the first Christians, to protest
being forced to celebrate Saturnalia on Dec. 27th, decided to celebrate
Christ's birth 2 days earlier. There is absolutely no record of
Constantine setting a specific date for Christmas, again, more
inaccuracies from Dan Brown.
The Templars were executed by the King of Philip France, but because of
political reasons, not spiritual. The Pope pardoned the Templars of
their heresy charges, and the document still exists. The idea that the
Templars discovered Mary Magdalene’s remains is yet another myth. Dan
Brown simply tosses it out, and offers absolutely no proof to back up
Both the BBC and French television aired documentaries exposing the hoax, and it’s too bad the documentary didn’t air in America. Among the documents Plantard fabricated was a bizarre (and very fake) genealogy depicting Mary Magdalene and a fictitious child she had by Jesus, leading to the kings of France, and to...you guessed it...Plantard himself! Talk about putting yourself over the top...what could be more so than claiming you're descended from Jesus Christ???
Plantard had to appear before a judge in 1980, admitting in court he invented the whole thing. Still, he was able to hoodwink the authors of Holy Blood Holy Grail, whom Dan Brown accepts hook, line, and sinker as fact. The authors apparently didn’t get they were being had, even when the documents mentioned The Protocols of the Elders of Sion (Zion). Plantard was in fact, just an anti-Semitic jerk!
to Brown’s book (p. 233), the Council of Nicea voted on whether Jesus
was the Son of God or not, and the vote was a close one. His
“meticulous research” misses on several counts here. Jesus Himself
claimed divinity in words recorded in the Gospel accounts, and affirmed
in the Apostle Paul’s epistles...which were all written before the
Gnostic writings Brown claims have been suppressed by the church. Those
Gospel accounts, and Paul’s writings, were all circulating while
witnesses were still alive who could refute them if they had false
claims. At the Council of Nicaea, the vote was to affirm the truth the
Christian church had always believed from the start, and to rebut a
heretic by the name of Arius and his followers. In fact, the vote
wasn’t even remotely close, as 298 out of 300 affirmed that Jesus was
the Son of God. For more information, try
The Opus dei is a sinister orginization created to supress the truth about Jesus of Nazareth. The Opus Dei is simply an organization of the Roman Catholic church that focuses on people grow in their faith and figuring out way to integrate it into their working lives. They are concerned about the poor, and run many Christian charities. Brown makes the Opus Dei sound like a sinister organization bent on wealth and power, like something out of, oh... The Proctools of The Elders of Zion perhaps (only slandering Catholics instead of Jews). Brown even made the one Opus Die priest "an Albino Monk". Well Heck, why didn’t he just make him a hunchback with bolts coming out of his neck? Brown shows his hate for Christians...particularly Roman Catholics, in this character.
*The Davinci Code claims that the
Opus Dei is opposed to Vatican II. The falsehood of this is born
out by the comments made by Catholic Clergy. Cardinal Ratzinger (who
later became Pope) said of the Opus Dei that it was a "surprising union
of absolute fidelity to the Church’s great tradition, to its faith, and
unconditional openness to all the challenges of this world" (SOURCE: L'Osservatore Romano, October 6,
2002). The Opus Dei has officially denounced the claim that they were
opposed to Vatican II. The late founder of the organization once
commented on Vatican II "Indeed, one of my greatest joys was to see the
Second Vatican Council so clearly proclaim the divine vocation of the
laity." (SOURCE:From an interview published in the French newspaper, Le Figaro, May 16, 1966,
republished in Conversations with
Josemaría Escrivá, Scepter Publishers, 2002. )
Brown also misses on the founders of Paris, the nature of albinism, the structure and titles within Opus Dei, wrongly declares that some pre-Christian god named Mithra also was buried in a tomb and resurrected on the third day in accounts of him (obviously a weak attempt to play on the fact the public probably hasn’t read Mithraic literature).
Picky-picky. Though these errors might seem small, they undermine Brown’s assertion of “meticulous research.”These are just some of the reasons why Brown’s book is nothing more than fodder for critics of the Catholic Church and Christianity. Regularly now, new articles are appearing on the Internet and in publications detailing the inaccurate claims presented as fact in the book. Unfortunately, in a culture unfamiliar with history, or with the Bible, Brown’s book continues to inspire an unmerited degree of confidence in its allegations.
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