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Dan Brown Quote: “Secrets interest us all, I think.”
Dan Brown Quote: “You came back because you’ve been running your whole life, and you finally realized you can’t run anymore.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I believe future generations will ask themselves how a technologically advanced species like ours could possibly believe most of what our modern religions teach us.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Concealed within those pages, there hides a wondrous secret.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Consider this!” Edmond declared. “It took early humans over a million years to progress from discovering fire to inventing the wheel. Then it took only a few thousand years to invent the printing press. Then it took only a couple hundred years to build a telescope. In the centuries that followed, in ever-shortening spans, we bounded from the steam engine, to gas-powered automobiles, to the Space Shuttle! And then, it took only two decades for us to start modifying our own DNA!”
Dan Brown Quote: “Lives of the Most Excellent Painters, Sculptors, and Architects.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Fighting communicable disease was often like fighting a forest fire: sometimes you had to drop back and surrender a battle in hopes of winning the war.”
Dan Brown Quote: “You’re telling me that CERN dug out millions of tons of earth just to smash tiny particles?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Fugitives were predictable the first hour after escape. They always needed the same thing. Travel. Lodging. Cash. The Holy Trinity.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Where we come from... is not nearly as startling as where we are going.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Never make a promise you cannot keep.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Hell, no. A church is the one thing we don’t have. Physics is the religion around here. Use the Lord’s name in vain all you like,′ he laughed, ’just don’t slander any quarks or mesons.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Very little in any organized faith is truly original. Religions are not born from scratch. They grow from one another. Modern religion is a collage... an assimilated historical record of man’s quest to understand the divine.”
Dan Brown Quote: “They will prove nothing except that we viewers will watch anything if it’s sufficiently hyped.”
Dan Brown Quote: “What had once been life’s quiet moments of solitary reflection – a few minutes alone on a bus, or walking to work, or waiting for an appointment – now felt unbearable, and people impulsively reached for their phones, their earbuds, and their games, unable to fight the addictive pull of technology.”
Dan Brown Quote: “When we forgive evil in the world, we are giving evil permission to grow and spread.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The envious must climb with their eyes sewn shut so they cannot covet; the prideful must carry huge stones on their backs to bend them low in a humble manner; the gluttonous must climb without food or water, thereby suffering excruciating hunger; and the lustful must ascend through hot flames to purge themselves of passion’s heat.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The promises of science have not been kept. Promises of efficiency and simplicity have bred nothing but pollution and chaos.”
Dan Brown Quote: “It seemed no amount of praying could diminish the plague’s wrath. By the time city officials realized it was the rats that were causing the disease, it was too late, but Venice still enforced a decree by which all incoming vessels had to anchor offshore for a full forty days before they would be permitted to unload. To this day, the number forty – quaranta in Italian – served as a grim reminder of the origins of the word quarantine.”
Dan Brown Quote: “As we get closer to critical hour, we will make critical decisions.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Because the vast majority of the world is made up of half-wits, the President asked Mike to come onboard and dumb everything down for them.”
Dan Brown Quote: “If a Creator designed our universe to support life, he did a terrible job. In the vast, vast majority of the cosmos, life would die instantly from lack of atmosphere, gamma-ray bursts, deadly pulsars, and crushing gravitational fields. Believe me, the universe is no Garden of Eden.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I beg you to remember that wealth without wisdom can often end in disaster.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I don’t care if he’s the prince,” she fired back.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Kirsch planned to go public with this presentation in a stunning, meticulously choreographed event. When he did, people across the world would realize that the teachings of all religions did indeed have one thing in common. They were all dead wrong.”
Dan Brown Quote: “And more recently, the world had been led to believe that weapons of mass destruction existed in Iraq.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The Divine Comedy has nothing comedic about it. It’s called a comedy for another reason entirely. In the fourteenth century, Italian literature was, by requirement, divided into two categories: tragedy, representing high literature, was written in formal Italian; comedy, representing low literature, was written in the vernacular and geared toward the general population.”
Dan Brown Quote: “They had fallen onto a section of the glacier that had already begun its inevitable plunge to the sea.”
Dan Brown Quote: “By way of fairy tales, this primeval battle of “good vs. evil” is ingrained into us as children through our stories: Merlin vs. Morgan le Fay, Saint George vs. the Dragon, David vs. Goliath, Snow White vs. the Witch, and even Luke Skywalker battling Darth Vader.”
Dan Brown Quote: “A little faith can do wonders, a little faith.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Nicolaus Copernicus was the father of the heliocentric model – the belief that the planets revolve around the sun – which ignited a scientific revolution in the 1500s that entirely obliterated the Church’s long-held teaching that mankind occupied the center of God’s universe. His discovery was condemned by the Church for three centuries, but the damage had been.”
Dan Brown Quote: “That is to say, when the ancients experienced gaps in their understanding of the world around them, they filled those gaps with God.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I know you want to run, but I’m not going to let you. Sooner or later you need to start trusting someone.”
Dan Brown Quote: “From the Crusades, to the Inquisition, to American politics – the name Jesus had been hijacked as an ally in all kinds of power struggles.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Even respected science channels were doing it, asking their viewers: “Is It Possible That This Temple in Peru Was Built by Ancient Aliens?”
Dan Brown Quote: “What’s the matter?″ She immediately started laughin. ″What’s the mattter? Everything is the matter! Rocks! Trees! Atoms! Even anteaters! Everything is the matter!”
Dan Brown Quote: “Faukman stared at the receiver and shook his head. Book publishing would be so much easier without the authors.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Proof, she knew, was a conclusion built on a pyramid of facts, a broad base of accepted information on which more specific assertions were made. Remove all the base assumptions. Start again.”
Dan Brown Quote: “New World Order,” Langdon repeated, “based on scientific enlightenment. They called it their Luciferian Doctrine.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The Bridge of Sighs, he thought, recalling one of his favorite boyhood movies, A Little Romance, which was based on the legend that if two young lovers kissed beneath this bridge at sunset while the bells of St. Mark’s were ringing, they would love each other forever. The.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I am a cosmic accident, and soon I will be dead.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The fog began to lift. Langdon felt a wave of relief. He hated hospitals, but they certainly beat aliens harvesting his testicles.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Symbologists often remarked that France-a country renowned for machismo, womanizing, and diminutive insecure leaders like Napoleon and Pepin the Short-could not have chosen a more apt national emblem than a thousand-foot phallus.”
Dan Brown Quote: “As a tribute to the magic of Venus, the Greeks used her four-year cycle to organize their Olympiads. Nowadays, few people realized that the four-year schedule of modern Olympic Games still followed the cycles of Venus. Even fewer people knew that the five-pointed star had almost become the official Olympic seal but was modified at the last moment – its five points exchanged for five intersecting rings to better reflect the games’ spirit of inclusion and harmony.”
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