Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Angels and Demons †Dan Brown Essay

The novel, Angels And Demons by Dan Brown, is a story of when a being renowned scientist was found butally murdered and a proffessor named Robert Langdon is summoned to identify the mysterious symbolic representation scared into his chest. His conclusion is it was the work of the Illuminati, a secret brotherhood presumed dead for nearly four hundred years and is now reborn to go forward their fight againgst their sworn enemy, the Catholic Church.One of the themes in the rule book seems to be that science and religion are two sides of the same story. The bible negotiation about deity who created good and evil, warmth and coldness etc. It is not clear whether the book tells us that science proves God, or that science is God, or if the author is just trying to create debate and propose a different point of view on religion. In another book by Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code, he shows that he is open for bracing theories on Christianity.The greatest example of devotion is from the Came rlengo, who although was misguided, acts because he believes that he is doing Gods will. The camerlengo masterminds the whole situation, from the antimatter in the Vatican to poisoning the Pope to the deaths of the four cardinals. He believes that if people think the Illuminati has reemerged and is threatening the church, they will return to their faith to the Catholic Church. He truly believes that everything he does has been for the good of the church and that he has been elect to lead people back to religion and faith. This kind of devotion and close is also shown in the movie, Remember The Titans, as Coach Boone is determined to mix the races as he believes that the ongoing hatred between the different heathenish groups should stop.

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