Cracking Da Vinci's Code - Digest

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Cracking Da Vinci s Code Digest 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 Vinci s Code provides the answe

  • Title: Cracking Da Vinci's Code - Digest
  • Author: James L. Garlow Peter Jones
  • ISBN: 9780781443562
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 Vinci s Code provides the answers to these and other questions that may have troubled you or readers you know Authors James L Garlow and Peter Jones present compelling evidence that Brown s assertions arWas 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 Vinci s Code provides the answers to these and other questions that may have troubled you or readers you know Authors James L Garlow and Peter Jones present compelling evidence that Brown s assertions are not only historically inaccurate, but may also contain a hidden agenda.

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    1. Adam Nelson on said:

      Garlow manages to debunk in barely 100 pages what Brown has taken well over 300 (if I remember right) to set up as a truth claim, and Brown's position is based on very dodgy, shaky, and questionable evidence. While Garlow's book is rather short and may feel abrupt, it establishes sufficient factual evidence to render Brown's thriller entirely a work of fiction. Unfortunately, many, many people are stupid enough to buy Brown's claims. That's why The Da Vinci Code was such a sensation. I read it m [...]

    2. Dava on said:

      I purchased this book for 2 reasons. One is because when I lived in San Diego, James Garlow was the pastor at my church. Two, because the Davinchi Code made me angry. I delved into this book, and was very surprised. It is now he said, she said. I was expecting much more "evidence" to support the cause of the book, but it seemed more like personal opinions. Keep in mind, this is a short little book. I noticed when I was done reading it, that you could offer a larger book that allowed for Bible st [...]

    3. Tiffany on said:

      2.5 stars-- More than just "it was okay," but less than I "liked it." I have a few problems with this book. 1) Every chapter after the first has a cheesy little story as an introduction. We meet Carrie, a college student, who obviously is going through some issues. And somehow she doesn't have her head on straight enough to not be persuaded by friends about the sacred feminism, sex, and whatnot. She does have her head on straight enough, though, to tell her boyfriend that she wants something mor [...]

    4. Marie on said:

      I started reading this book blindly for the most part. I have seen the movie version of the Da Vinci Code but have yet to read the book. Even if I had read the book I would have still disagreed with a number of statements that are mentioned with in this book and the lack of research done by the authors on the Pagan religions that they are condemning is an insult to scholars everywhere!

    5. Windyasari Septriani on said:

      mencoba membeberkan kembali kebenaran yang dianggap salah oleh novel The Da Vinci Code. tapi tetap saja kedua buku itu ada salahnyabelum mereka membaca al Quran. maaf buka bermaksud membela Islam, tapia hal2 yang mereka tidak ketahui dan membuat mereka sendiri malah bingung sehingga begitu banyak versi2 injil dan alkitab, itu disebabkan krn perbedaan bahasa yg digunakan dan disebar oleh Paulus, bukan oleh Yesus (nabi Isa). sehingga hingga saat ini selalu timbul perdebatan. Kata buku ini maklum s [...]

    6. Lisa James on said:

      I was given this book because I loved the whole Dan Brown Series. I ended up skimming through it. Everywhere I turned a page & let it drop open to read, more "facts" from the Bible were presented as to why it's not a true story. Basically it points out what everyone already knows. That the series is fiction. HELLO!!! What a revelation! Pardon the pun :) It points these things out by using Bible references, yada, yada. I find it VERY funny that 2 such learned men as the authors actually felt [...]

    7. Bladestryke on said:

      Two words describe this book. Lame and preachy. I got the feeling early on that since da Vinci code was so popular that some just wrote books on it just to cash. In. I loved the da Vinci code and thought it was an awesome ride and yes it did make me question my faith but not in the catastrophic way the writers of this book seem to believe. The writers of this book seem to think that dan browns book will shatter the pillars of Christianity. I suppose with all the backlash from the book some Chris [...]

    8. TogarSilaban on said:

      Tidak mudah membaca buku ini. Secara struktur dan bahasa, terasa sangat berat. Kedua pengarang, DR. James L.Garlow dan DR.Peter Jones adalah dua teolog kenamaan.Buku ini bermaksud menjelaskan tentang hal-hal yang dibeberkan oleh Dan Brown dalam NOVEL nya, "The DaVinci Code". Kalau target buku ini adalah orang yang tidak beriman Kristen, kemungkinan besar buku ini tak membantu apa-apa. kalau targetnya adalah orang Kristen, buku ini bagus untuk memperdalam keyakinan tentang Yesus. Tapi bisa juga o [...]

    9. Rod on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. I read it in 3 days. I even liked the fictional story of Carrie and her issues with her Pagan feminist Goddess worshiping room-mate. (these people really do exist - I've chatted with many of them.)This book is only a beginning to learning the historical truths of Christianity. Garlow and Jones most likely could have easily made this offering 3000 pages long. Personally i would of enjoyed that too. The issues this book brings up are very relevant to modern Christianity [...]

    10. Eric on said:

      I picked this up kind of randomly. I had already read Dan Brown's DaVinci's Code, and had been amused by the fictional nonsense it put out there, but in the past few years I've heard many people spout the same nonsense as if it is historical fact. This book did a good job (although a bit simplistic - I think it is aimed at High School & College kids) of deconstructing the assertions in Brown's book, and identified where the original fallacies came from. And alot of them were crackpot fiction [...]

    11. Kymberly on said:

      I just finished this book. I have many friends that have read or that are reading the DaVinci Code and I saw the movie and was thinking I really need to read something that explains this book. Cracking the DaVinci Code: You're Read the Fiction, Now Read the Facts was so great with explaning their beliefs. I feel equip now that I can explain to them not only where their beliefs don't line up but, how to explain the true circle of Life.

    12. Lauren on said:

      I have only skimmed "The Da Vinci Code". I admit that right now. However, I did get the gist of the book. But before I even peeked at Brown, I had read this book through. This book was incredibly helpful. (Another book I would recommend would be "the Case for the Real Jesus" by Lee Strobel)At the beginning of each chapter we read a short story about Carrie, a college student who is being introduced to the "Sacred Feminine." Easy to understand and on the whole enjoyable.

    13. Ray on said:

      Overall, whatever you think of the ideology of the authors, they know what they are talking about. Peter Jones has a Princeton Ph.D Garlow's is from Drew. It is also written in a non-technical, highly accessible style. Another appeal, for me, is that it deals with teh broader cultural issues (Gnostic world-view) as well as just the details of the Da Vinci Code. I also appreciated Ben Witherington's book on the topic, and D. Bock, both world-class Biblical scholars.

    14. Gideon Arthur on said:

      This is a book that I loved to read. It is a book that cleared the dust from the views of those who have dogmatically accepted the views of Dan Brown. It is not a perfect book, nonetheless it places fiction at where it is supposed to be and facts got their place. It seems that they did the work that the fiction writer could not do. thumbs up

    15. Jim Vuksic on said:

      I have always tried my best to alternate my reading choices so that a non-fiction book follows a fictional story.Sometimes I do not succeed in adhering to this self-imposed ritual because not as many non-fiction books attract and hold my interest as often as does fiction.Cracking Da Vinci's Code not only proved interesting, it turned out to be entertaining, educational, and enjoyable as well.

    16. Don on said:

      This book presents a very important message. It is fascinating as a whole and parts of it are great. But near the middle and end it starts to bog down in extra details and history. It ends well with a very clear message and conclusion. The authors even throw in a little symbology of their own, a very nice touch. I recommend it.

    17. Martha on said:

      The book goes & shows that a lot of the facts in The Da Vinci Code are either misleading and/or just plain false.A must read for anybody that has read The Da Vinci Code & wants to know what are & are not facts. Also, what can't be proven either way

    18. Bonnie on said:

      I was somewhat disappointed with the book because I felt as if they were talking down to me, as well as being fairly repetitious with their arguments in various chapters. In my view the book could have covered the meat of their arguments in half the pages.

    19. Riska Damayanti on said:

      James L. Garlow wrote this book in a similar way with the novel, which uses a story then he explained. Gives you not only what is fiction fact in Da Vinci's Code, but also all the historical evidence.

    20. Emily on said:

      The Davinci's Code is a novel that nags ar your head and keeps you guessing 'till the end. When boredom keeps you from doing some activity outside you should pick up this book. You will never regret it.

    21. Maria on said:

      Buku ini berusaha meluruskan kebenaran yang sebenarnya dari novel Da Vince Code-nya Dan BrownCuman buat gue, cara memaparkannya kurang bagus, terkesan berat buat ukuran gue (atau mungkin krn gue baca versi bhs indonesia, penerjemahnya yang kurang oke kali yaa)

    22. Mia on said:

      If you are into God and Divinity and want to know more, this is your book. Personally, I couldn't read it. I was like I was going to church to hear someone talking to me about the invisible man in the sky.

    23. Nicol on said:

      This was a fascinating read about the history of Christianity and it's basic beliefs. The authors were at times a little over the top in their commentary about the facts but it was still very insightful.

    24. Putu on said:

      Well, it just an ordinary book, talking about the different perspective of Jesus. For me, I don't care about it anyway. That is why I questioned myself why I was sacrificing my money to buy this so-so book??

    25. Liz on said:

      An interesting altenate view's shared in the De Vinci Code, by Dan BrownLove to hear both sides on an argument, so this is up my alley

    26. John K on said:

      For those who need to develop a balanced view after reading Dan Brown's Davinci code

    27. Shelly Nicholson on said:

      Just wondering why it's necessary to "crack" a book of fiction.?

    28. Justin Rose on said:

      Much of this book is well studies and presented, but some of it could use more investigation before writing assumptions.

    29. Hendra on said:

      just like that showBeyond Belief: Fact or Fictionthe book's trying to reveal whoch of the novel is fact and fiction

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