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Da Vinci Code Presentation

Family Life International, Auckland, New Zealand

Da Vinci Code errors addressed by New Zealand Catholic organisation

Catholic organisation; Family Life International, is offering New Zealanders a free thirty minute MP3 presentation that addresses the many factual and historical errors found in the Da Vinci Code.

The presentation titled; “The Da Vinci Code - Fact or Fantasy?” has been posted for free download on the Family Life International website to coincide with tomorrow’s New Zealand release of the Da Vinci Code movie.

“The Da Vinci Code is a veritable litany of factual and historical errors” says Family Life International media spokesperson; Brendan Malone.

“Everything from history, to science, to art, to the Catholic faith, and even basic facts about real locations and organisations referred to in the plot of the Da Vinci Code are just plain wrong or completely distorted; even the “Fact” page at the beginning of the Da Vinci Code novel contains major errors.”

“The big problem with the Da Vinci Code is that it presents blatant errors as being factual, and many people will buy into the pseudo history and the scandalous misrepresentation of the Catholic faith that it depicts.”

“As Catholics who know and love the truth; we have an obligation to address such major errors when they arise, and that’s why we are offering this free MP3 presentation” says Brendan Malone.

The free MP3 presentation can be downloaded from:


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