To me calls me powerfully the attention, in the class a kid, who at first appealed to the Da Vinci Code, then he appealed to the sources of the Da Vinci Code, that it was with certain air of scientist, and once out of class and told him: I see that these very interested in knowing historical origins them of Christianity, but I look like a type of literature that you read without having an account another. I can recommend some kind of literature to your data you can confront, and tells me: not really not anything I’m interested in the origins of Christianity. A disloyalty of such caliber, good to my made me angry, to the point that I told him: your you’re a cynic, now if your think that and you mind give a damn about the truth, so that you come to the University, but intend to in College, only a title to get into work, I know the University began by a love of truthwith a search for the truth, if not the truth you are interested in better you do not come to my classes. It’s like when Pilate asked Jesus what truth? In fact Pilate would very little interested in the truth, indeed later he replied, what worse clearly manifest the Gospel passage is Pilate asks this question as the mio student of the class. And as said St. Augustine: what it is what man wants more, but is the truth? And this is so, but so stuck in our nature, that when a child with some use of reason discovers that he lied it is, enters one terrible crisis, because man is made for the truth, you want to know the truth. Thank God that there is a place in the world, in which the only objective that has is the defense of the truth. If you are not convinced, visit Gavin Baker.