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Secrets of the code : the unauthorized guide to the mysteries behind the Da Vinci code

Auteur : Daniel Burstein
Éditeur : New York : CDS Books in association with Squibnocket Partners LLC, 2004.
Édition/format :   Livre : Anglais : 1st edVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
Résumé :
Author's interpretation of the Da Vince Code, that has been listed on the New York Times Bestsellers list for over 52 weeks.
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Secrets of the code.
New York : CDS Books in association with Squibnocket Partners LLC, 2004
(OCoLC)607268545
Personne nommée : Dan Brown; Jesus Christ; Mary Magdalene, Saint; Jesus Christ.; Mary Magdalene, Saint.
Type d’ouvrage : Ressource Internet
Format : Livre, Ressource Internet
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Daniel Burstein
ISBN : 1593150229 9781593150228
Numéro OCLC : 54993961
Description : xxv, 373 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contenu : Introduction: Searching for Sophia --
The Drama of Herstory, History, and Heresy --
Mary Magdalene and the Sacred Feminine --
Mary Magdalene How a Woman of Substance Was Harlotized by History --
Mary Magdalene: Saint or Sinner? / David Van Biema --
Sacred Sex and Divine Love: A Radical Reconceptualization of Mary Magdalene / Lynn Picknett --
The Woman With the Alabaster Jar: Mary Magdalene and the Holy Grail / Margaret Starbird --
Mary Magdalene: The Model for Women in the Church / An Interview with Susan Haskins --
Mary Magdalene: Myth and Metaphor / Susan Haskins --
Mary Magdalene: Beyond the Myth / Esther de Boer --
"The Da Vinci Code uses fiction as a means to interpret historical obscurity ..." / An Interview with Deirdre Good --
Critiquing the Conspiracy Theory / An Interview with Katherine Ludwig Jansen --
The Beliefnet Debate --
A Quite Contrary Mary / Kenneth Woodward --
Letting Mary Magdalene Speak / Karen L. King --
"Is It Sinful to Engage in Sex within Marriage?" / An Interview with Rev. Richard P. McBrien --
The Sacred Feminine --
God Does Not Look Like a Man / An Interview with Margaret L. Starbird --
Mary and Jesus: Re-enacting Ancient Fertility Cults? / Margaret L. Starbird --
Royal Blood and Mary's Vine / Margaret L. Starbird --
The Gnostic Tradition and the Divine Mother / Elaine Pagels --
The Godman and the Goddess / An Interview with Timothy Freke --
Sophia's Journey: The Pagan Goddess of the Centuries Lost in the Modern Christian World / Timothy Freke, Peter Gandy --
The Chalice and the Blade: Archaeology, Anthropology, and the Sacred Feminine / Riane Eisler --
Echoes of the Hidden Past --
The Lost Gospels --
An Astonishing Find: The Keys to the Alternate Tradition and Their Meaning for Today / Elaine Pagels --
What the Nag Hammadi Texts Have to Tell Us About "Liberated" Christianity / An Interview with James M. Robinson --
What Was Lost Is Found: A Wider View of Christianity and Its Roots / An Interview with Elaine Pagels --
The Gospel of Thomas / Helmut Koester --
The Gospel of Thomas / Translated by Thomas O. Lambdin --
The Gospel of Philip / Wesley W. Isenberg --
The Gospel of Philip / Translated by Wesley W. Isenberg --
The Gospel of Mary / Karen King --
The Gospel of Mary / Translated by George W. MacRae, R. McL. Wilson --
Introducing the Sophia of Christ / Douglas M. Parrott --
The Sophia of Jesus Christ / Translated by Douglas M. Parrott --
The Early Days of Christianities --
The Pagan Mysteries Behind Early Christianity / Timothy Freke, Peter Gandy --
Early Mainstream Christianity Did Not Mean Simply Following Jesus / Lance S. Owens --
Diverging Views on Mythic Beginnings: Was Genesis History with a Moral, or a Myth with Meaning? / Stephan A. Hoeller --
Errors of Religious Omission and Commission in The DaVinci Code / Bart D. Ehrman --
Consolidation or Cover-up? The Establishment of the One True Faith --
The Jesus Mysteries / Timothy Freke, Peter Gandy --
Was Jesus Real? / An Interview with Timothy Freke --
God's Word or Human Words? / Elaine Pagels --
The Battle for Scripture and the Faiths We Didn't Get a Chance to Know / Interview with Bart D. Ehrman --
Heretics, Women, Magicians, and Mystics: The Fight to Become the One True Faith --
Why Were the Gnostics Considered Such a Threat? / Lance S. Owens --
Breaking the Da Vinci Code / Collin Hansen --
Secret Societies --
Recollections of a Gnostic Mass / John Castro --
Templar Revelation / Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince --
Researching Western Civilization's Darkest Secrets / An Interview with Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince --
Holy Blood, Holy Grail / Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, Henry Lincoln --
Opus Dei in the United States / James Martin, S.J. --
Opus Dei Responds to The Da Vinci Code --
Keeping the Secrets Secret --
The Mystery of Codes --
Da Vinci: Father of Cryptography / Michelle Delio --
The Human Mind Is Designed to Find Patterns / An Interview with Simon Singh --
Is God a Mathematician? / An Interview with Brendan McKay --
Anagram Fun --
Leonardo and His Secrets: The Secret Language of Architectural Symbolism --
The Secret Code of Leonardo da Vinci / Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince --
Thinking Far Outside the Frame / Lynn Picknett --
Trying to Make Sense of Leonardo's "Faded Smudge" / An Interview with Denise Budd --
"No, I do not believe there is a woman in the Last Supper ..." / An Interview with Diane Apostolos-Cappadona --
Musings on the Manuscripts of Leonardo da Vinci / Sherwin B. Nuland --
Temples of Symbols, Cathedrals of Codes --
Paris: In the Footsteps of The Da Vinci Code / David Downie --
The "Symbology" of The Da Vinci Code / An Interview with Diane Apostolos-Cappadona --
Rosslyn Chapel: The Cathedral of Codes and Symbols --
The Da Vinci Code Revealed --
24 Hours, Two Cities, and the Future of Western Civilization --
Apocrypha and Revelations --
The Plot Holes and Intriguing Details of The Da Vinci Code / David Shugarts --
Following the Rose Line From Rosslyn to ... Florence? Thoughts about the Last Act of The Da Vinci Code / Dan Burstein --
Reviews and Commentaries on The Da Vinci Code --
Commentary, Criticism, and Observations --
The Real da Vinci Code / Lynn Picknett --
Religious Fiction / David Klinghoffer --
The Da Vinci Con / Laura Miller --
French Confection / Amy Bernstein --
What the French Are Saying About The Da Vinci Code / David Downie --
A Philosopher Looks at The Da Vinci Code / Glenn W. Erickson --
A Collision of Indiana Jones and Joseph Campbell The Web Interviewer Craig McDonald Interviews Dan Brown --
The Latin Etymology of The Da Vinci Code / David Burstein --
Underneath the Pyramid --
Sophie's Library --
A Rose by Any Other Name: A Guide to Who's Who in The Da Vinci Code / David A. Shugarts.
Responsabilité : edited by Dan Burstein.
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Author's interpretation of the Da Vince Code, that has been listed on the New York Times Bestsellers list for over 52 weeks.

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