Amazingly, it all seems to say the same thing: Do people really believe this crap?
Mike S. Adams has found a new use for The Da Vinci Code: it helps identify annoying conspiracy theorists when you're in an airport. James Lileks also has an amusing bleat about the book. The there's Anthony Lane at The New Yorker who gives DVC a good fisking. And finally, there's the very helpful clarification by Holy Office.
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