The Da Vinci Corrective:Recovering Biblical Equality in the Life of Mary Magdalene
By Catherine Clark Kroeger

Canon Press:
    Evil Art:Da Vinci's Last Supper and the Need for a New Iconoclasm
By Douglas Jones

Chick Publications:
    Opus Day:Everyone's Favorite Cartoon Penguin Invades the Secretive Catholic Organization
By J.T. Chick and Berkley Breathed, with introduction by former Opus Dei leader Alberto Rivera.

Church House Publishing:
    The Da Vinci Code:Imagining Leonardo as an Anglican Isn't Crazier than Dan Brown's Fantasies.
By Rowan Williams

    Gneutered Gnostics:Troubling Gender-Inclusive Language in Da Vinci Code Response Books
By Wayne A. Grudem

    The Rembrandt Code:Understanding the Hidden Calvinist Messages in The Prodigal Son and Other Paintings.
By Hendrik van den Leeuwen

Harvest House:
    The Power of a Praying Painter: The True Meaning and Devotion of Leonardo da Vinci's Art.
    By Stormie Omartian, with a foreword by Thomas Kincade.

Howard Publishing:
    Hugs for Heretics

    Is Saddam Hussein Leonardo da Vinci the Antichrist?
By Charles H. Dyer (Slightly revised from earlier published edition of similar book)

    The DiCaprio Code:Spiritual Messages of Leonardo's Work, From Growing Pains to Catch Me If You Can
By Will Johnson

Also from Relevant:
    Fresh Frescoes:The Spiritual Journey of Dan Brown

    The Da Vinci Threat:How a Painter Blurred the Lines of Gender & Sexual Ethics and Is Still Destroying the Family 500 Years Later
By Joseph Farah

    The Da Vinci Cure:How Leonardo Painted the Perfect Diet
By Don Colbert, M.D.

    The Da Vinci Codependent
By Steve Arterburn

Westminster John Knox:
    The Gospel According to Dan Brown
By Mark I. Pinsky

    Line of ancillary products: The Da Vinci Coat, The Da Vinci Comb, and The Da Vin-Tea Cozy

Zondervan (emergent/ys):
    A New Kind of Code:The Church Needs to Read Heretical Fiction Because It's So Modernist, Man
    By Brian McLaren

Christianity Today:
    Is Gnosticism a Religion of Peace?
By J.I. Packer, Timothy George, and Tom Oden

Related Elsewhere:

Also on our site today:

Da Vinci Dissenters | Four books try to break, crack, or decode the deception. By David Neff
Speaking in Code | A roundup of the many anti-Da Vinci Code books from Christian publishers. Compiled by Ted Olsen also rounded up several Da Vinci Code response books and authors.

Beliefnet published excerpts from some of the response books, including those by Bock, Witherington, Lutzer, Garlow/Jones, and Welborn.

See also our special section on The Da Vinci Code with sister publication Christian History.

Our site also offers for sale two Bible studies based on The Da Vinci Code controversies.