The Realy Holy Grail

An Orthodox Response to Dan Brown's Deceptions in Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code


by Metropolitan Bishoy of Damiette, Kafr el-Sheikh, Barrary and the Monastery of Saint Demiana


Paperback (January 2007)

ISBN: 978-1-933275-14-7

Price: $15.95 + S&H (USD)


Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code, by author Dan Brown, have deceived millions of people across the world with a plethora of lies about the one true God, Christianity, the Holy Bible, and the Christian Church. Dan Brown has achieved this by presenting the elements in his novels under the guise of fiction, while at the same time, claiming that they are factual. But even Brown's “facts,” which he maintains are historically informed, are full of inaccuracies and historical discrepancies. What Dan Brown is describing in Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code can most certainly not be categorized as fiction, because in reality, the core and foundation of his writing is Theological and Christological. However, the Theology and Christology which Dan Brown has incorporated into his novels is a false Theology and Christology — it is grossly distorted and stridently far from the truth. This apologetic work sets out to provide the true Theological and Christological teachings of the Holy Orthodox Church in response to the deceptions in the selected writings of Dan Brown.



His Eminence Metropolitan Bishoy is one of the foremost theologians in present-day Christendom. Since his ordination as bishop by His Holiness Pope Shenouda III in the Holy Coptic Orthodox Church in 1972, His Eminence has been Bishop of the Diocese of Damiette, Kafr el-Sheikh, and Barrary, as well as the Abbot of the Monastery of Saint Demiana and the Forty Virgins for nuns; all located in Egypt. In 1985, His Eminence was elected as the General Secretary of the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church, and in 1990 he was ordained and elevated to the rank of Metropolitan. His Eminence is a member of the Executive Committee and the Standing Committee of Faith and Order in the World Council of Churches; he is co-chairman of all theological dialogues between the Oriental Orthodox family of churches and other denominations; and he lectures in dogmatic and comparative Theology, and ecumenism at fifteen seminaries and theological colleges throughout Egypt, Australia, England, and Germany. His Eminence Metropolitan Bishoy resides in Egypt.