The Lost Symbol. Apparently, Brown is keeping the storyline under lock and key, but has confirmed that it's a sequel to the much celebrate The Da Vinci Code.
Brown has proven in his past fictional novels, such as Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code, that he is not about to let little things like facts get in the way of telling a good story. This, of course, would be of no concern if it weren't for the fact that Brown likes to present his material as based on "historic fact."
The following post is a kind of preliminary strike before the release of Brown's forthcoming book. My hope is to provide resources that help to separate the facts from the fiction found in Dan Brown's novels. Undoubtedly, the release of this book will once again raise long answered questions.
Angels and Demons
'Angels and Demons' critic sorts out 'lies' from fiction by Josh Kimball, Christian Post
The Truth about Angels and Demons
The Da Vinci Code
Apologetics against the Da Vinci Code by Doug Groothuis
Crash goes The Da Vinci Code by Dr. Ron Rhodes
Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code: A Critique
Da Vinci Code by Matthew Slick
Debunking Da Vinci
Decoding The Da Vinci Code by N.T. Wright
Dismantling The Da Vinci Code by Sandra Miesel
Exploring The Da Vinci Code with Mike Licona
Josh McDowell Answers Questions about the New Testament
Mary, Mary Extraordinary by Dr. Ben Witherington III
Probe Articles answering The Da Vinci Code, various authors
Was Jesus Married? by Darrell Bock, Ph. D.
The Lost Symbol
Dan Brown to publish long-awaited new novel, The Lost Symbol- here, you can get some of the few known details about the novel
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown: Dan Brown's New Nobel
More articles will be provided as they are made available.
Courage and Godspeed,