Lecturer will crack code

THE Da Vinci Code controversy comes to St Neots on Monday, as Christians seek to separate fact from fiction. The story of history, murder, intrigue and religion has challenged many people s view about Christianity. Dan Brown s bestselling book opened as a

THE Da Vinci Code controversy comes to St Neots on Monday, as Christians seek to separate fact from fiction.

The story of history, murder, intrigue and religion has challenged many people's view about Christianity. Dan Brown's bestselling book opened as a film last week.

Garry Williams, lecturer at Oak Hill Theological College, London, is due at St Neots's Priory Centre to answer some of the key claims raised in the book - for example, that documents were suppressed that indicated Jesus was married and had a child, or that he was only a prophet and not the son of God.

INFORMATION: Dan Brown's Fiction to Mary Magdalene's Faith is a free event organised by St Neots Evangelical Church on Monday June 5 from 8 to 9.30pm at St Neots Priory Centre. All welcome. Contact 01480 405839.