This article provides a critique of Dan Brown's Angels and Demons. In the critique the author mentions the heresy of inviting Christians to rely upon science instead of on the word of God alone. The author also also takes time to point out some factual errors in the book, including historical divergencies, location divergencies, divergencies in religious facts, and scientific and technological inaccuracies.
The author discusses James Cameron's recent documentary, The Lost Tomb of Jesus, together with Simcha Jacobovici and Charles Pellegrino's The Jesus Family Tomb. Cameron reports on a tomb that has been unearthed in Jerusalem with familiar names, including Jesua, son of Joseph, Mary, and Mathew. The author refutes these conclusions and emphasizes the biblical testimony of the resurrection of Christ.