Are books/movies like the "Da Vinci Code" the main threat to modern day Catholicism?



universityofscranton November 11, 2009Eric Plumer, Ph.D., associate professor of theology/religious studies at the University, examines the evidence behind some of the amazing claims made in Dan Browns novel. He asks us to consider what the popularity of The Da Vinci Code tells us about how the Catholic Church is viewed today in America. The presentation was held Saturday September 26, 2009 in Brennan Hall at The University of Scranton.


Fri, 2017/12/22 - 11:27am Re: Are books/movies like the "Da Vinci Code" the main ... #4848
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The modern day Catholicism is not at all challenged by the books or videos as the people who have faith in Catholicism don’t get affected by any external factor. The surveys conducted on the people also indicate the same fact as mentioned by the uk best essays written on the domain of religion.

Fri, 2018/06/29 - 10:19pm Ipsa mollitia soluta cum sed dicta in assumenda provident ipsa #6711
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that is the best