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The Da Vinci Code: Of Magdalene, Gnostics, the Goddess and the Grail LeadershipU's portal to a collection of articles about The Da Vinci Code and related issues.
The Da Vinci Code: Separating Fact from Fiction
Da Vinci Outreach Site created by the publishers of the book, The Da Vinci Deception, together with Catholic Exchange and Catholic Outreach
Jesus Decoded Site created by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC.
The Truth About Da Vinci Extensive site. Includes resources for pastors, youth leaders and churches.
Dan Brown Official web site of Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code. Includes a list of frequently asked questions
The Da Vinci Code - the movie Official Sony Pictures web site for The Da Vinci Code movie. Includes a listing of worldwide release dates
The Da Vinci Code Publisher Random House's official Da Vinci Code web site
The Da Vinci Dialogue
Question: What is this site?
TheDaVinciDialogue.com is a website offering informative essays by a broad array of leading Christian scholars, pastors and educators addressing many of the historical and theological issues touched on in The Da Vinci Code. The essay writers represent an eclectic group of experts from Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant traditions. The site was launched on February 9th, 2006.
Question: Who created this site?
Sony Pictures Entertainment created this site in conjunction with Grace Hill Media, a consulting firm that has worked with religious communities and motion picture studios on more than 80 films. Columbia Pictures, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, is releasing the film version of The Da Vinci Code on May 19.
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