This audio gallery features a photographic landscape of places associated with early Christianity. Image accompanied by the Kronos Quartet performing Franghiz Ali-Zadeh's "Oasis." (Flash required)
The wildly popular novel turned movie reimagines the New Testament, in part, as a cover-up. What really happened in the fluid early years of Christianity? What is the truth about Mary Magdalene? We separate fact from fiction in the story's plot with two New Testament scholars who say that the story is simpler and much more interesting than conspiracy theories suggest.
View the changing perspectives of Mary Magdalene depicted in art over the centuries.
About the Image
At the digital exhibition "The Da Vinci Code Museum," in Tokyo, Japan, visitors view a life-sized projected image of Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper."
Voices on the Radio
is R.W. Woodruff Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins in the Candler School of Theology at Emory University.
Host/Producer: Krista Tippett
Executive Producer: Bill Buzenberg
Managing Producer: Kate Moos
Senior Producer: Mitch Hanley
Associate Producer: Colleen Scheck
Associate Producer: Jody Abramson
Web Producer: Trent Gilliss
Web Production Assistant: Ilona Piotrowska