History YMMV / TheDaVinciCode

7th Nov '17 3:39:39 AM fearlessnikki
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* GeniusBonus:
** In Leigh Teabing's library, he has a statue of Janus - the god with two faces. [[spoiler: This foreshadows that Leigh himself is two-faced and will betray them]].
** Bishop Aringarosa's name is made up of the words 'aringa' and 'rosa', which can be translated from Italian to mean RedHerring.
9th Oct '17 4:43:52 PM SkidTroper
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* DoubleStandard: [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory grievance with the Church is centuries of persecution and deceit. This ignores the fact that those things are also found among some non-Catholic Christians, religions besides Christianity and non-religious people, ideologies and institutions.]]

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* DoubleStandard: [[spoiler: Teabing FollowTheLeader: Created an explosion of AncientConspiracy quests ''*cough* Film/NationalTreasure *cough*'' and books about the Piory grievance with Holy Grail. Also, this was was inspired by a [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory "nonfiction" book]] which is about a conspiracy theory similar to the Church is centuries of persecution and deceit. This ignores the fact that those things are also found among some non-Catholic Christians, religions besides Christianity and non-religious people, ideologies and institutions.]] one Langdon runs into.
9th Oct '17 4:40:29 PM SkidTroper
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* DoubleStandard: [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] grievance with the Church is centuries of persecution and deceit. This ignores the fact that those things are also found among some non-Catholic Christians, religions besides Christianity and non-religious people, ideologies and institutions.

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* DoubleStandard: [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] Piory grievance with the Church is centuries of persecution and deceit. This ignores the fact that those things are also found among some non-Catholic Christians, religions besides Christianity and non-religious people, ideologies and institutions. ]]
9th Oct '17 4:37:29 PM SkidTroper
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* DoubleStandard: [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] grievance with the Church is centuries of persecution and deceit. This ignores the fact that those things are also found among some non-Catholic Christians, religions besides Christianity and non-religious people, ideologies and institutions.



* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. This is a straw argument for several reasons. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] [[DoubleStandard double standard]], as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them. In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]

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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. This is a straw argument for several reasons. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] [[DoubleStandard double standard]], as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them. In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]
25th Jun '17 1:30:49 AM SkidTroper
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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. This is a straw argument for several reasons. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them. In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]

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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. This is a straw argument for several reasons. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, [[DoubleStandard double standard]], as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them. In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]
25th Jun '17 1:30:06 AM SkidTroper
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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them. In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]

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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. This is a straw argument for several reasons. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them. In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]
25th Jun '17 1:29:42 AM SkidTroper
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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]

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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfirmationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them them. In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]
25th Jun '17 1:28:52 AM SkidTroper
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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfrimationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]

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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfrimationBias [[ConfirmationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]
25th Jun '17 1:28:37 AM SkidTroper
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* StrawmanFallacy: In the film discovering descendants of Jesus is treated as something that would destroy the Catholic church, and [[spoiler: Teabing and the Piory]] wants to bring down the Church for centuries of persecution and deceit. Aside from the fact that this is a very [[HypocriticalFandom selective]] and [[ConfrimationBias biased]] DoubleStandard, as such things are also found among non-Catholics, non-Christians and the non-religious, in Christianity, Christ's divinity and spiritual authority did not come from human genes, so there's not reason to think his spiritual power can be passed on by them In addition, God being infinite, it would not be diluted across His descendants; not to mention being Christian cannot be inherited from one's parents, it requires a personal decision. Proving that Jesus had a wife and descendants would be a remarkable finding that would cause a stir, but marriage is a God-ordained union, a sacrament in the Catholic Church and a central feature of Christianity so it would not do what the film claims it would do. [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment And we'll leave it at that.]]
3rd Jan '17 7:17:50 PM NightShade96
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* SnarkBait: It seems that a less-than-shiny book assembled from moldy pieces of cryptohistory is ''not'' going to be any less of a target if advertised as a daring innovative idea and (whispering) maybe even a ''really'' relevant theory.
** The fact that it holds the [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-14006782 record]] for the most frequently donated book gives way to a lot of Snark Bait.
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