What They Are Saying About Rejecting the Da Vinci Code

“In a society marked by confusion and error about the most fundamental truths, Rejecting The Da Vinci Code is a light in the darkness. This timely volume helps those who may be deceived by the falsehoods in Dan Brown’s book to adhere to the truth. It is a great gift for our time.”

Most Rev. Raymond L. Burke
Archbishop of St. Louis

“I personally am grateful to the TFP for telling the truth about The Da Vinci Code. This is over due as I can’t think of a fictional book which has done more damage to undermine Christianity then The Da Vinci Code. I urge everyone who might have doubts about the Church as the result of that book to read the TFP’s excellent contribution to the dialogue about that vicious book.”
Mr. Paul Weyrich
Chairman and CEO of the Free Congress Foundation

“I pray that your literary work in conjunction with your activism is effective in spreading the truth about this distortion of the true faith.

“The deceptions and faulted philosophies sold as entertainment in today’s modern culture are disconcerting. I pray that the work of the faithful, like the America Needs Fatima campaign spread this truth.

“Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code is not based on the slightest foundation of truth. His misrepresentation of historical facts and repackaging of ancient failed philosophies provide absolutely no basis to respect the bizarre teachings contained in this novel. May God bless the work of those like yourself, spreading the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

“Be assured of my prayers for you and the American TFP, and I appreciate prayers for me.”

Most Reverend Robert J. Baker
Bishop of Charleston

“TFP’s latest book, Rejecting the Da Vinci Code, echoes in today’s sinful and confused world the ardent plea of Saint Francis of Assisi. A prayer seems to rise from its pages: ‘Lord, where there is doubt, let me sow faith; where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light; where there is error, truth.’
“So my prayer is that this book will see wide distribution.”
Most Rev. James Niedergeses
Bishop Emeritus of Nashville, Tenn.

“A brilliant, succinct, objective, accurate and convincing refutation of the prolific errors found in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code.

“Here we have a solid repudiation of the ludicrous claims, preposterous theories, and historic inaccuracies that were woven together with unscholarly and unreliable sources that finally produced conjecture rather than fact.

“One would think that the KGB wrote the Code during the Cold War in their usual disinformation tactic to attempt to discredit, discourage and deceive their greatest enemy, Christianity and the Catholic Church…
Rejecting the Da Vinci Code shows that history itself and the inspired, inerrant and revealed word of Sacred Scripture truthfully tell us the real story, not Gnostic propaganda from the 4th century and not bizarre conspiracy theories based on forgeries of a 20th century delusional Frenchman.”
Rev. Fr. John Trigilio, Jr., Ph.D, Th.D
President, Confraternity of Catholic Clergy
Host of EWTN’s series Web of Faith and Council of Faith
Pastor, Diocese of Harrisburg

“I encourage the readers of Rejecting the Da Vinci Code to study it well. This fine book provides an issue by issue analysis of the distortions of Catholic teaching found in The Da Vinci Code. It then offers a refutation of these distortions with a clear presentation of true Catholic teaching. This will prove useful in many ways. First, it will strengthen the faith of any Catholic who reads it. Then, it will serve as an apologetic handbook to counter the distortions made by Dan Brown. Finally, it will prove very useful to help anyone who has become confused or begins to question their Catholic faith as a result of The Da Vinci Code.

“I highly recommend this book and commend its authors.”

Rev. Fr. Andrew Apostoli, C.F.R.
Preacher, Author and EWTN Host

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