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Dan Brown Quote: “Because most Christians want it both ways. They want to be able to proudly declare they are believers in the Bible and yet simply ignore those parts they find too difficult or too inconvenient to believe.”
Dan Brown Quote: “If we don’t embrace them, then we are as undeserving of life as the caveman who freezes to death because he’s afraid to start a fire.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sophie stopped the taxi at an imposing gate that blocked the bank’s driveway – a cement-lined ramp that descended beneath the building. A video camera overhead was aimed directly at them, and Langdon had the feeling that this camera, unlike those at the Louvre, was authentic. Sophie rolled down the window and surveyed the electronic podium on the driver’s side. An LCD screen provided directions in seven languages. Topping the list was English.”
Dan Brown Quote: “America’s forefathers had a vision of a spiritually enlightened utopia, in which freedom of thought, education of the masses, and scientific advancement would replace the darkness of outdated religious superstition.”
Dan Brown Quote: “But most important... what kind of father can look his own son in the eyes... even after all these years... and not even recognize him!”
Dan Brown Quote: “Edmond found it deeply distressing,” Winston continued, “that the human mind has the ability to elevate an obvious fiction to the status of a divine fact, and then feel emboldened to kill in its name.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Norah declared.”

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Dan Brown Quote: “History, if it has taught us anything at all, has taught us that the strange ideas we deride today will one day be our celebrated truths.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Every great philosophical shift in history began with a single bold idea.”
Dan Brown Quote: “A focused thought could affect literally anything.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Outside the window, a bank of clouds appeared on the horizon, inching slowly across the sky, finally slipping across the Moon and blocking out its radiant light. As he clicked off his overhead light, he turned his eyes one last time to the heavens. Outside, in the newly fallen darkness, the world had been transformed. The sky had become a glistening tapestry of stars.”
Dan Brown Quote: “When it comes to passion, I’m not sure you have any choice but to follow.”
Dan Brown Quote: “When a computer creates art, who is the artist – the computer or the programmer? At MIT, a recent exhibit of highly accomplished algorithmic art had put an awkward spin on the Harvard humanities course: Is Art What Makes Us Human?”
Dan Brown Quote: “However, when they try to look back to the instant when the Big Bang occurred – where T equals zero – the mathematics all goes mad, describing what seems to be a mystical speck of infinite heat and infinite density.”
Dan Brown Quote: “It’s called Head On,” Winston offered, unprompted. “Ninety-nine wolves racing blindly into a wall to symbolize a herd mentality, a lack of courage in diverging from the norm.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Robert wondered if any of Harvard’s revered Egyptologists had ever knocked on the door of a pyramid and expected an answer.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Speaking of glimpsing a hidden truth,” Langdon said, looking suddenly amused. “You’re in luck. There’s a secret symbol hiding right over there.” He pointed. “On the side of that truck.” Ambra glanced up and saw a FedEx truck idling at a red light on Avenue of Pedralbes. Secret symbol? All Ambra could see was the company’s ubiquitous logo. “Their name is coded,” Langdon told her. “It contains a second level of meaning – a hidden symbol that reflects the company’s forward motion.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Well, this machine is no more me than your physical brain is you. Observing your own brain in a bowl, you would not say, ‘That object is me.’ We are the sum of the interactions taking place within the mechanism.”
Dan Brown Quote: “If we all worshipped gravity, there would be no disagreements over which way it pulled.”
Dan Brown Quote: “This is the future I would be giving my child?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Right guy, wrong timing.”
Dan Brown Quote: “You have won, but you haven’t won fairly.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Religion has always persecuted science.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Let me out, or she dies!”
Dan Brown Quote: “Something was very, very wrong.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Early humans,” Langdon lectured on-screen, “had a relationship of wonder with their universe, especially with those phenomena they could not rationally understand.”
Dan Brown Quote: “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: “Since the beginning of time, the ignorant have always screamed the loudest... They celebrated their intolerance as proof of their convictions. Now after all these years, mankind had finally managed to utterly erode everything that had once been so beautiful about Jesus.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Life is not the point of the universe. Life is simply what the universe creates and reproduces in order to dissipate energy.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Most tourists mistranslated Jardins des Tuileries as relating to the thousands of tulips that bloomed here, but Tuileries was actually a literal reference to something far less romantic. This park had once been an enormous, polluted excavation pit from which Parisian contractors mined clay to manufacture the city’s famous red roofing tiles – or tuiles.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The early Greeks had to look back centuries to study ancient culture, but we need look back only a single generation to find those who lived without the technologies we take for granted today.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Everything decayed, the perfectly ordered crystal eventually turned into random particles of dust.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Show me proof there is a God, you say. I say use your telescopes to look to the heavens, and tell me how there could not be s God!”
Dan Brown Quote: “It is a messy process for a culture to abandon its dieties. Sprititual beliefs are etched deeply on our psyches at a young age by those we love and trust most – our parents, our teachers, our religious leaders. Therefore, any religious shifts occur over generations, and not without great angst, and often bloodshed. – Robert Langdon.”
Dan Brown Quote: “In which year did a Harvard sculler last outrow an Oxford man at Henley?” Langdon had no idea, but he could imagine only one reason the question had been asked. “Surely such a travesty has never occurred.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Each of us knows all. We need only open our minds to hear our own wisdom.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Hundreds of feet below, the cobblestone piazza beckons like a tranquil oasis. How.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Actually, Da Vinci was in tune with the balance between male and female. He believed that a human soul could not be enlightened unless it had both male and female elements.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sienna expertly maneuvered the Trike through.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Real world signore. You’re in it tonight.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I am not questioning God’s power! It is God who gave us reason and circumspection! It is God we serve by exercising prudence!”
Dan Brown Quote: “It came from the world’s first computer – the Mark 1 – a room-size maze of electromechanical circuits built in 1944 in a lab at Harvard University. The computer developed a glitch one day, and no one was able to locate the cause. After hours of searching, a lab assistant finally spotted the problem. It seemed a moth had landed on one of the computer’s circuit boards and shorted it out. From that moment on, computer glitches were referred to as bugs.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The age of religion is drawing to a close, and the age of science is dawning.”
Dan Brown Quote: “She tried to make friends, but her peers immersed themselves in frivolities that held no interest to her. She tried to respect her elders, but most adults seemed like nothing more than aging children, lacking.”
Dan Brown Quote: “She was being buffeted by the air currents but grinned and flashed Langdon the thumbs-up sign. Langdon smiled weakly and returned the gesture, wondering if she knew it was the ancient phallic symbol for masculine virility.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Righteousness exists in many forms.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Blinding ignorance does mislead us. O! Wretched mortals, open your eyes! – LEONARDO DA VINCI.”
Dan Brown Quote: “There will be time to mourn, Langdon told himself, fighting back intense emotion. Now is the time for action.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Langdon felt a chill. This killer is here for both of us.”
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.”
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