Here are only a few of the errors represented as fact in Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code.
Differences Between Book & The Bible
1.Da Vinci Code says…
Jesus is a great man or prophet in the earliest historical sources but
was later proclaimed divine at the Council of Nicaea.
The Bible Says…
Jesus is called “God” (theos) 7 times in the New Testament. He is
called “Lord” (kyrios) in the divine sense numerous times. No serious
historian argues that these texts postdate the Council of Nicaea.
2.Da Vinci Code says…
“The Bible, as we know it today, was collated by the pagan Roman Emperor Constantine” (p. 231).
Bible was not collated by Constantine, who died in 337 A.D. The Old
Testament existed prior to even Jesus’s day. And the New Testament,
although it started coming together by the end of the first century
(about 90-100 A.D.), was not formalized until about 393-397 A.D. (after
Constantine’s death). *