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Jesus, o Homem que Era Deus

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Aos pés da cruz erguida no monte Gólgota, Flávio, o centurião romano encarregado de comandar o suplício, vê Jesus de Nazaré agonizar em silêncio. À sua volta, ressoam gritos de ódio e altercações, mas também orações e lágrimas. E quando o condenado morre e um trovão rasga os céus, nasce dentro de Flávio uma dúvida lancinante: e se aquele homem fosse realmente o Filho de De ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published November 2011 by Asa (first published October 14th 2010)
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Frédéric Bey
Bien entendu, en termes d'enseignement et de réflexion le livre de Max Gallo sur Jésus se situe - par exemple - à des années lumières de celui de Benoit XVI. Mais le but recherché n'est évidemment pas non plus le même. Max Gallo fait œuvre de simplicité et de vulgarisation, pour tenter de toucher un très large public, comme il l'a déjà fait pour de grands personnages historiques. Le texte s'appuie de manière très cohérente sur les Evangiles et met très bien en lumière la puissance du Verbe. Si l ...more
Nao
Aug 09, 2011 Nao rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Je n'ai absolument pas été emportée par la lecture de ce livre. Il m'a été conseillé par quelqu'un ayant redécouvert sa foi récemment et, même si je me considère athée, je ne boude pas le genre. Pourtant, j'ai achevé la première partie en peinant et je décide de m'arrêter là : j'ai horreur de me forcer à lire. Pourquoi est-ce que ça n'a pas marché sur moi ? J'ai trouvé le récit plat, le personnage principal m'est resté distant et, surtout, je n'ai ressenti à aucun moment une envie de croire ou m ...more
Bibliofolie
Ce roman "biblique" m'a beaucoup appris sur la vie de Jésus de Nazareth. J'ai trouvé original que l'histoire soit contée du point de vue du centurion Flavius. J'ai trouvé en outre bienvenu qu'il soit rappelé et souligné que Jésus était un homme parmi les hommes d'abord animé par des sentiments humains (comme dit très justement dit dans d'autres reviews) ; et que la dualité qui existe entre la réalité de sa condition et la vision qu'en ont les croyants soit exploitée et mise en exergue, d'une cer ...more
Noémie
Aug 13, 2011 Noémie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
j'ai beaucoup aimé le fait que l'on souligne ainsi les deux natures de Jésus. On nous permet de se poser des questions sur les problèmes que cela soulève au cours de la mission qu'il doit accomplir. Il n'est pas que Dieu; il a des sentiments humains. Complexe.
Karem Mahmoud
a strong that tells life of jésus. written by the famous Max Gallo, it is a passionate way by telling the story of christ by his executor, Flavius. this man who testified the crucifixion of Jésus. a magnificent story told by this executor.
Miguel
Jan 13, 2012 Miguel rated it liked it
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Max Gallo é um biógrafo de personalidades como César, Victor Hugo e Napoleão e autor de outros livros de não ficção. Várias de suas obras se tornaram best-sellers. Neste controverso Jesus, o Homem que Era Deus o autor “serve-se” de Flávio – o centurião romano – para narrar os trinta e três anos de vida de Jesus.
Romances sobre a vida de Jesus, há muitos, se bem que a “febre” neste tema tenha tido o seu auge, aquando da publicação do Código Da Vinci...



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Lacedo
Dec 24, 2011 Lacedo rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: roman, histoire, lourdes
Ce livre n'apporte rien d'original, ni dans la forme ni dans le contenu.
Catherine
Feb 11, 2011 Catherine rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Max Gallo (born in Nice on 7 January 1932) is a French writer, historian and politician.

The son of Italian immigrants, Max Gallo's early career was in journalism. At the time he was a Communist (until 1956). In 1974, he joined the Socialist Party. On April 26, 2007, the French Academy recorded his candidacy for its Seat 24, formerly held by the late Jean-François Revel. He was elected to the Frenc
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