[Reading] ➶ O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo ➽ José Saramago – Buyantivirus.us

O Evangelho segundo Jesus CristoCelebra Evanghelie Dupa Isus Cristos, Cel Mai Polemic Roman Al Lui Jose Saramago, Reconstruieste O Viata Apocrifa A Lui Isus Si Alege Drept Teme De Studiu Vina Si Responsabilitatea Desi Fusese Instiintat Ca Se Pregatea Masacrul Pruncilor, Iosif Isi Salveaza Doar Propriul Copil, Devenind, Prin Omisiune, Complicele Crimei Lui Irod Inseparabil De Diavol, Umbra Si Acolitul Sau, Dumnezeu Nu Ezita Sa Si Condamne La Moarte Unicul Fiu Pentru A Si Satisface Nemarginita Sete De Putere Care, Dupa Sacrificiul Lui Isus, Va Cere Noi Si Noi Varsari De Singe.

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    Jose Saramago is atheist This should be enough warning for everyone that desires to read the book It is very explicit and so religion it s exposed at its weakest and God as a character is revealed I come from a Roman Catholic background but I still wanted to read it, ever since the Gnostic gospel where Jesus childhood is revealed and he changes from a mischief bad behave kid to the Jesus from the new testament I wanted to see Saramago s take on it Saramago is such a master of words that he makes every bit of faith look totally illogical It does not take long for us to find out that Saramago is extremely sharp at finding all contradictions on roman catholic religion In the novel God seems to be the greediest of all gods, the vainer, the detach from his people Detached even from his son as he appeared to him in different shapes, only in the meeting at the lake did he appear to him as a man God does not command, he orders, he tricks his own son into following his plan to the end Ultimately Jesus s betrayal was his last act of martyrdom.The devil is given the name of Pastor This has caused some confusion for English readers When I was reading the book with some Jesuits this person contacted them just to let...


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    This is a bold fearless work and definitely not for the faint hearted readers I am not surprised that when this was originally published in 1991, it created lots of controversies with the Catholic Church condemning Jose Saramago for harboring anti religious vision and his own Portuguese government asking the European Literary Prize to remove this from its shortlist because of the book s offensive content to religion Despite this book s existence, Saramago won the 1998 Nobel Prize for Literature.This is my third Saramago Blindness, Double were my others and my fourth book in what seems to be an unnamed genre re telling of the life of Jesus Christ Last year I read The Last Temptation of Christ 1960 by Nikos Kazantzakis and Christ the Lord Out of Egypt 2005 and Christ the Lord The Road to Cana 2008 by Anne Rice In my book, Temptation came first and I am glad I read it first so the idea of twisting the canons by a mere mortal who lived in our generation is not new translation no...


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    I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO SLIP SOME BENZEDRINE INTO THIS GUY S COFFEEThis is a very peculiar novel I m not quite sure what the hell it is Some of it reads like deleted scenes from Monty Python s Life of Brian Now be off with you, said God, for I have work to do and can t stay here chatting all dayOrMary Is there any proof that it was the Lord s seed which engendered my first born Angel Well, it s a delicate matter, and what you re demanding is nothing less than a paternity test The rest of it is a whole lot of mumbling, bumbling, fumbling, irritating, rambling, moaning, groaning, huffing and puffing by a narrator who appears to be some ancient old codger who is a shoo in for the world finals of the Most Boring Man in the World contest And the rewrite of the familiar tale of Jesus is so comprehensive that half way through the book Jesus is only 13 and two thirds through he is still only 18 So it s very different AUTHOR VERSUS READER DING DING, ROUND ONEIs there any need for this or are we in the land of pretentious literary wankery Jose Saramago serves us up massive slabs of undifferentiated prose, page after page he ends a paragraph with extreme reluctance, it s like pulling teeth with Jose, it s like asking John Lee Hooker to change chords Every paragraph is one or two pages long As for indicators of...


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    thought, when all is said and done, as others and we ourselves have observed before, is like a great ball of thread coiled around itself, loose in places, taut in others, inside our head It is impossible to know its full extent, one would have to unwind and then measure it, but however hard one tries or pretends to try, this cannot be done without assistance One day, someone will come and tell us where to cut the cord that ties man to his navel and thought to its origin.Jos Saramago is exactly that someone He came to retell us the greatest story of all times and to put our thoughts straight or at least to make them less wry human words are like shadows, and shadows cannot explain light, and between shadow and light stands the opaque body from which words are born.Who is Jesus Is he god or man Or did he get stuck between the devil and the deep blue sea For God he is just a cat s paw and for Devil he is just a decoy...


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    Or Adolescent Jesus as Imagined by a Brilliant Authorial Atheist.That s unfair and reductive, however Jose Saramago is an atheist, and the book does explore the parts of Jesus life that most people pretend didn t exist early adolescence to just before the time when he knew he had Messianic Son of God Superpowers , while at the same time gently but firmly questioning the nature of God, divinity, religious fervor manifesting itself as the oppression of others, bizarre religious ritual, and religious hypocrisy The familiar Biblical story arc of Mary and Joseph s pilgrimage to Bethlehem for a census begins the story, though Saramago quickly dispenses with any notion that Mary was a virgin she also has, in quick succession, many other children after Jesus birth Both of these points, of course, are regarded as highly sacred controversial in most Church law it is essential that the Mother of God be stripped of her sexuality, and it has long been denied, mostly by the Catholic church, that Mary gave birth...


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    Imagino Saramago, um ateu confesso, lendo e relendo a B blia para reescrever a hist ria do homem mais conhecido que j pisou na face da Terra Penso tamb m no culh es que o autor teve para levar a publica o adiante Mexer com religi o coisa s ria Vide a il ada do escritor Salman Rushdie com seus Versos Sat nicos O Evangelho Segundo Jesus Cristo uma obra corajosa e, diferente de textos que s t m como m rito a polemiza o, tamb m genial A...

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