The Da Vinci Code

Summary

Chapters 76–82

Summary Chapters 76–82

Again in this chapter, Brown addresses the importance of knowledge. If faith is based on myths, Langdon suggests, then people with knowledge should leave those myths alone in order to preserve faith. In the context of the rest of the novel, which has suggested that the cover-up of this great secret has caused pain to many people, Langdon’s suggestion seems to ignore the moral implications of keeping this particular secret.