LOL…I might be, I think. :o
I bring this up, because I went to Borders today to buy a Scott Hahn book (yay, I love his writing!) and saw a large display of this book–AGAIN. Is it making a come back or something? I noticed a new book of his and didn’t bother to look at it.
As a Catholic if you have read it, I think it can help perhaps to see how to defend our faith. But, I just don’t feel like supporting Dan Brown’s bank account anymore than it already has been supported by all of this hype.
Anyways, my son brought this book up recently, and asked me why I didn’t read it…and I explained the same thing to him, as I explain here to you all. He said, I ‘should’ read it so I can defend our faith better. I dunno, is he right on that?
I remember when this book first hit the market, and the stir it caused, and how some seemingly devout Christians started doubting their faith?
I just was curious, if I’m one of the few who has never read this, and if you read it, did you feel outrage, or did you just view it as another work of fiction, written by an opportunist?