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The Da Vinci Code

Summary: Discusses the Dan Brown novel "The Da Vinci Code." Describes how Dan Brown disputes the accuracy of the Christian history. Explores how feminist ideas in Christianity re demonstrated through symbolism in the famous paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci.
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Leonardo Da Vinci's Involvement within Christianity

Dan Brown argues in his book, The Da Vinci Code, that the history of Christianity may have been artificially told. Brown disputes over how the Catholic Church suppressed feminism. He additionally states that Jesus possibly had a secret marriage. Essentially, Brown explains how these ideas are demonstrated through symbolism in the famous paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci. Foremost, Brown believes that the Holy Grail was not a physical object but rather a powerful female presence.

Dan Brown shares the suggestion that in the past, the Catholic Church suppressed feminism. Females held a large amount of power throughout the past and therefore were not contributing positively towards a male dominant society. Brown states that "the power of the female and her ability to produce life was once very sacred, but it posed a threat to the rise of the...

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