Mart De Haan stated that The Da Vinci Code casts doubt on the reliability of the Bible: “When I first read The Da Vinci Code, I could see immediately why it had been on the New York Times’ bestselling fiction list for some time. It’s a gripping suspense-filled murder mystery, and it’s controversial: it claims a basis in fact that, if believed as presented, would contradict the story line of the Bible and give us a radically different Jesus. One of the main characters, a fictional Harvard professor, lends an upscale air of credibility to [Dan Brown’s] claims that the real truth about the Bible’s origin has been a carefully guarded secret of the church.” Why would those who have not looked into its historical development readily accept allegations against the Bible? What would be a more truthful and appropriate response to these anti-Bible claims?

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      Cory
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      People like mystery. The church hiding a big secret would appeal to the masses. An appropriate response would be to actually read the Bible, study the history of the Bible. This would take away those false claims

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      Stephen
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      People in general are not quick to do their own research and will take the word of a credible source instead. If the author claims that he has backing from professors and that his book is historical, people will take it as is. I think people would be quick to believe Dan Brown due to their sin nature as well. These anti-Bible claims are unfounded pieces of flair for the fictional book and story with the intention of causing a stir. They are false.

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