The Da Vinci Code Quotes.

11. "Every faith in the world is based on fabrication. That is the definition of faith―acceptance of that which we imagine to be true, that which we cannot prove. Every religion describes God through metaphor, allegory, and exaggeration, from the early Egyptians through modern Sunday school. Metaphors are a way to help our minds process the unprocessible. The problems arise when we begin to believe literally in our own metaphors. Should we wave a flag and tell the Buddhists that we have proof the Buddha did not come from a lotus blossom? Or that Jesus was not born of a literal virgin birth? Those who truly understand their faiths understand the stories are metaphorical."
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

12. "Nothing in Christianity is original."
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

13. "Can you keep secrets? Can you know a thing and never say it again?"
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

14. "Learning the truth has become my life's love."
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

15. "My lawyers will fricassee your testicles for breakfast. And if you dare board my plane without a warrant, your spleen will follow."
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

16. "Today is today. But there are many tomorrows"
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

17. "Those who truly understand their faiths understand the stories are metaphorical."
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

18. "Authors, he thought. Even the sane ones are nuts."
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

19. "The Pentacle - The ancients envisioned their world in two halves - masculine and feminine. Their gods and goddesses worked to keep a balance of power. Yin and Yang. When male and female were balanced, there was harmony in the world. When they were unbalanced there was chaos."
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

20. "Dr. Jacobus, I am walking out your doors right now. I need clothes. I am going to Vatican City. One does not go to Vatican City with ones ass hanging out. Do I make myself clear?"
- Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code

  1. Previous Page
  2.                                              Next Page

Browse By Letters