I have been inundated with church related stories that have to do with the Da Vince Code. I decided not to post any more items about this topic- overkill. But this article in The Age is different:
"Religious leaders have already publicly condemned The Da Vinci Code for its claim of a sexual relationship between Jesus and Mary Magdalene but the churches are also cashing in. Churches all over the world have launched websites to contest claims made in the book and to attract new members. The Anglican Church in NSW is spending $50,000 on a cinema advertising campaign debunking some of the book's more contentious claims."
These sites are not going to change the perceived image of the makers of the Da Vinci Code movie, but they will change the image of the real church. There is something to Bill's line about "Me thinks thee doth protest too much."