The master of the "Heh indeedy" form of intellectual riposte weighs in on "The DaVinci Code":
"The movie will come and go. It's the book, with its bizzaro Christianity, that's more troubling," says radio talk-show host Hugh Hewitt, author of several books on conservative religion and politics.
"In an era of almost pre-literacy when it comes to theology, a lot of lousy ideas and bad history smuggle themselves in and then get repeated endlessly.
So, lousy ideas and bad history are to be shunned. Lousy ideas and bad science? Not so much.