“THERE IS TRUTH. THERE IS FICTION. YOU DECIDE. YOU DON’T NEED FAITH … JUST A COMPUTER.” This is what you’ll read in a Website to be launched by Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) on Good Friday, April 14. The Website,

http://www.thetruthaboutdavinci.com

is dedicated to presenting a factual response to the claims in Dan Brown’s runaway best-seller novel and movie, The Da Vinci Code. Tom Hanks stars in this movie to be released on May 19.

“We certainly appreciate the engaging narrative, and recognize an author’s right to present a good yarn,” explains Dr. Bill Edgar, Professor of Apologetics at Westminster. “But we are concerned because the mix of fact and fiction in the book and presumably the film is leading many readers to question the Bible’s message and its impact on history.”

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