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“It would be unacceptable to transform churches into film sets so that his blasphemous novels can be made into films in the name of business,” he said, adding that Brown’s work “wounds common religious feelings”.
Why is the assumption that the church is afraid of something?
Would you say no because you were afraid the truth would get out, or because you don't want to bend over backwards to someone insulting you and everything you believe?
Originally posted by JunglejakeYou dodged the question If you had nothing to hide, would you open your house to me filming a movie slandering you?
Originally posted by JunglejakeI admit, I have not read the book, but instead base my assumption on The DaVinci Code, which was a complete work of fiction painted in such a way as to make those who wanted to believe and/or those who didn't want to research anything about it to believe that it was a true account, a conspiracy theory with a lot of validity.
Originally posted by JunglejakeAgain, you say if the church has nothing to hide, what harm could come from inviting the film crews with arms wide open?
Originally posted by OmegaLogos
Personal Disclosure: I'm sorry but your O.P. sounds like you are personally wanting the church to be humiliated and happy about it at the same time. A Good Christian is taught to turn the other cheek but they are not taught to go out happily asking to be hit!
Become totally disillusioned and finally see everything for real. Think Globally Act Locally Feel Internally.DENY IGNORANCE 1st.
Originally posted by eye open doors
Peoples knee jerk reaction to Dan Brown is a little nerve wracking. If it challenges the church, it must be bad?