La Morte Del Messia Dal Getsemani Al Sepolcro Un Commentario Ai Racconti Della Passione Nei Quattro Vangeli Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free

La Civiltà cattolica
Year: 2000
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La sindone nei vangeli della passione e della risurrezione
Author: Giuseppe Malvone
Publisher: Youcanprint
ISBN: 8827802363
Pages: 128
Year: 2017-12-19
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L'opera dal titolo: "La Sindone nei Vangeli della Passione e della Risurrezione", guida il lettore a comprendere che cos'è la Sindone e cosa rappresenta oggi per il mondo cristiano. Il professore Giuseppe Malvone, dopo aver svolto studi specifici in Sindonologia, ha composto la presente opera in quattro capitoli: curando l'aspetto storico, biblico, scientifico e soprattutto l'aspetto pedagogico-didattico che gli riguarda maggiormente. Il testo dedica un intero capitolo alle unita' di apprendimento sulla Sindone, utile per tutti gli insegnanti di religione Cattolica appartenenti a qualsiasi ordine e grado di scuola. L'autore oltre al contributo nuovo dedicato alla conoscenza della Sindone nel mondo scolastico, Ha cercato di mettere in risalto ciò che si nota sul tessuto sindonico e quello che raccontano I Vangeli canonici facendo notare le numerose somiglianze, e elencando le varie teorie degli scienziati sulla formazione dell'immagine umana visibile sull'intero lenzuolo.
Dizionario del Nuovo Testamento
Author: Giuliano Vigini
Publisher: Paoline
ISBN: 8831526774
Pages: 208
Year: 2004
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Dalle cose che patì (Eb 5,8)
Author: Giuseppe Ghiberti
Publisher: Effata Editrice IT
ISBN: 8874021666
Pages: 360
Year: 2004-01-01
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Il titolo di quest’opera è stato scelto perché si avvicinava, in forma descrittiva, al cuore del mistero a cui è dedicata ogni pagina del libro. Pur raccontando tante vicende e dibattendo tanti problemi, esso non si propone altro che porsi al servizio...
Egli diceva loro il Padre
Author: Marida Nicolaci
Publisher: Città Nuova
ISBN: 8831136305
Pages: 476
Year: 2007
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L'apologetica Dell'Ambrosiaster
Author: Emanuele Di Santo
Pages: 607
Year: 2008
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E la terra tremò
Author: Germano Scaglioni
Pages: 301
Year: 2006
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Bibliografia nazionale italiana
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Introduction to the New Testament Christology
Author: Raymond E. Brown
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0826471900
Pages: 703
Year: 1994-08-18
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An Introduction to the Gospel of John
Author: Raymond Edward Brown
Publisher: Anchor Bible
Pages: 356
Year: 2003
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The last book by the renowned biblical scholar, this exploration of the Gospel of John brilliantly provides a profound yet accessible framework for understanding its theological, historical, and literary significance.
Reading the Gospels with the Church
Author: Raymond E. Brown
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1556359632
Pages: 96
Year: 2008-08-01
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What is the best way of getting interested in Bible reading? Why not start with the passages that the Church reads to us in the seasons dedicated to the great events in the life of Christ: Christmas, Lent, Holy Week, and Easter? That would truly be Reading the Gospels with the Church. This book with its reflections on the Gospels of these seasons offers a wonderful entry into appreciation of the Bible. And since many mainline Churches have the same Gospel readings on Sundays, it is a book that can serve all. Time magazine called Raymond E. Brown, probably the premier Catholic Scripture scholar in the U.S. Brown wrote major books on those portions of the Gospels used by the Church in its most sacred seasons, and no surer guide can be found to their wealth. Best of all, he here digests his thought in the attractive syle employed in Catholic Update--a style aimed at enabling all to understand. This book is a fascinating introduction to the riches of the Gospels.
The Gift of Peace
Author: Joseph Bernardin
Publisher: Image
ISBN: 0385494343
Pages: 153
Year: 1998-11
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In a series of personal reflections, the late Chicago cardinal shares his experiences over the last three years of his life
Pontius Pilate: Deciphering a Memory
Author: Aldo Schiavone
Publisher: Liveright Publishing
ISBN: 1631492365
Pages: 224
Year: 2017-02-28
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A world-renowned classicist presents a groundbreaking biography of the man who sent Jesus of Nazareth to the Cross. The Roman prefect Pontius Pilate has been cloaked in rumor and myth since the first century, but what do we actually know of the man who condemned Jesus of Nazareth to the Cross? In this breakthrough, revisionist biography of one of the Bible’s most controversial figures, Italian classicist Aldo Schiavone explains what might have happened in that brief meeting between the governor and Jesus, and why the Gospels—and history itself—have made Pilate a figure of immense ambiguity. Pontius Pilate lived during a turning point in both religious and Roman history. Though little is known of the his life before the Passion, two first-century intellectuals—Flavius Josephus and Philo of Alexandria—chronicled significant moments in Pilate’s rule in Judaea, which shaped the principal elements that have come to define him. By carefully dissecting the complex politics of the Roman governor’s Jewish critics, Schiavone suggests concerns and sensitivities among the people that may have informed their widely influential claims, especially as the beginnings of Christianity neared. Against this historical backdrop, Schiavone offers a dramatic reexamination of Pilate and Jesus’s moment of contact, indicating what was likely said between them and identifying lines of dialogue in the Gospels that are arguably fictive. Teasing out subtle but significant contradictions in details, Schiavone shows how certain gestures and utterances have had inestimable consequences over the years. What emerges is a humanizing portrait of Pilate that reveals how he reacted in the face of an almost impossible dilemma: on one hand wishing to spare Jesus’s life and on the other hoping to satisfy the Jewish priests who demanded his execution. Simultaneously exploring Jesus’s own thought process, the author reaches a stunning conclusion—one that has never previously been argued—about Pilate’s intuitions regarding Jesus. While we know almost nothing about what came before or after, for a few hours on the eve of the Passover Pilate deliberated over a fate that would spark an entirely new religion and lift up a weary prisoner forever as the Son of God. Groundbreaking in its analysis and evocative in its narrative exposition, Pontius Pilate is an absorbing portrait of a man who has been relegated to the borders of history and legend for over two thousand years.

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