(EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago


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    Summary O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo (EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago “And Jesus said unto him No man having put his hand to the plough and looking back is fit for the kingdom of God” Luke 962José Saramago put his hand to the uill and looked back He looked back deep into the pastthought 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

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    José Saramago ê 8 Download Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ê José Saramago Summary O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo 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 chan

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    Summary O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo (EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ê José Saramago 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 De

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    Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ê José Saramago José Saramago ê 8 Download Summary O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO SLIP SOME BENZEDRINE INTO THIS GUY’S COFFEEThis is a very peculiar novel I’m not uite sure what the hell it is Some

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    Summary O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo José Saramago ê 8 Download Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ê José Saramago Or Adolescent Jesus as Imagined by a Brilliant Authorial AtheistThat'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 uestioning the nature of God divinity religious fervor manifesting itself as the oppressio

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    Summary O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo (EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago The Vicar was not happy that I was reading ‘Gospel according to Christ’ for he felt I would lose my faith as though Faith is not a

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago Everyone knows or less about the birth of Jesus the manger the donkey and the ox the three wise men all that all that Adult life too over even without having received a Christian education one has a vague idea of ​​preaching miracles crucifixion and resurrection And between the two childhood adolescence? Well we don't know the bible does not say anything about it and no credible source exists on the subject althoug

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago What I like the most about this day 8 of March in case GR posts a different date on this text which is a great day as any other day to live is that from early morning following my daily path on the strolling alleys that is on the ground but also under ground that is by metro I have been hit by groups and groups of men each

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago Free download ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ê José Saramago José Saramago ê 8 Download This sad and familiar story makes for a challenging read The relationship with Mary Magdalene is a nice addition The conversation in the boat in the mist between God and Jesus and the devil is very bold The devil gets the best line“ I myself can see things in the future but I’m not always certain if what I s

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    (EBOOK / KINDLE) O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo BY José Saramago José Saramago ê 8 Download Saramago has me at a loss for words yet again I can't decide if this is his best work from what I have read of his but it definitely is at least eual to Blindness and Death with Interruptions I'm not a religious p

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review ½ O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo 108 A fora traçada para morrer assim desde o princípio dos princípios e subindo lhe à lembrança o rio de sangue e de sofrimento ue do seu lado irá nascer e alargar toda a terra clamou para o céu aberto onde Deus sorria Homens perdoai lhe porue ele não sabe o ue fez Depois foi morrendo no meio de um sonho estava em Nazaré e ouvia o pai dizer lhe encolhendo os ombros e so. I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO SLIP SOME BENZEDRINE INTO THIS GUY S COFFEEThis is a very peculiar novel I m not uite 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 dialogue forget it pal you re on your own The dialogue is run into the giant paragraphs as part of the ongoing flow and the lines of dialogue are not separated by anything helpful like he said or she said and not even by full stops only commas maybe there was a full stop shortage in Portugal in the late 1980s I never heard about that you might think it would have made the news Crates of full stops are still being held up at Lisbon airport as the dispute enters its 9th week Anyway these stylistic choices make the reading a whole lot annoying and turgid than it might be AUTHOR VERSUS READER DING DING ROUND TWOAs well as being an old fart the narrator is a misogynist Joseph wondered if he should ask Mary if the pains were still there but in the end said nothing for we must not forget that this whole process is unclean from the moment of impregnation until the moment of birth that horrific female organ vortex and abyss the seat of all the world s evils an inner labyrinth blood sweat discharges gushing waters revolting afterbirth dear God how can you permit Your beloved children to be born from such impurity WORLD S MOST BORING MAN A FEW EXAMPLES In the first place there are Samaritans and Samaritans which means that even at that time one swallow was not enough to make a summer one needed two that is to say two swallows rather than summers provided there is a fertile male and female and they have offspring Suddenly a beggar appeared at the yard gate a somewhat rare occurrence in this village where people were poor a fact unlikely to have escaped the begging fraternity which had a nose for places where there were rich pickings for the asking and this was certainly not the case here As for possessions the only thing Joseph and Job had in common was the number of sons Job had seven sons and three daughters while Joseph had seven sons and two daughters giving the carpenter the advantage of having put one woman less into the world And there s no denying that it is one thing to feed two mouths then a third even if only indirectly during the first year and uite another to find oneself saddled with a houseful of children who demand and food once they start growing This narrator even knows perfectly well how dull he is Four years hence Jesus will meet God This unexpected revelation which is probably premature according to the rules of effective narration mentioned earlier is simply intended to prepare the reader for some everyday scenes from pastoral life which will add little of substance to the main thread of our story thus excusing any reader who might be tempted to jump ahead WAIT COULD IT BE THAT THIS NARRATOR IS SUPPOSED TO BE LIKE A VILLAGE ELDER FROM THE PERIOD THAT WOULD EXPLAIN ALL THE BORING RAMBLINGBut no this logical explanation is wrecked by comments like the following It may seem wholly inappropriate to put the complex theories of modern thinkers into the head of a Palestinian who lived so many years before Freud Jung Groddeck and Lacan appeared on the scene the only reason why that same Goliath did not become a basketball player is because he was born before his timeMaybe this narrator is deliberately unstable unpindownable That would be a nice copout for Jose Yes it doesn t make too much sense but that s all calculated Why Er I dunno THIS NOVEL MIGHT BE A TONGUE IN CHEEK ATHEIST SATIRE ON RELIGIONBecause the concept of God as dished out by the old fart narrator is ridiculously primitive It appears that in this world God has to negotiate his turf with other gods and also in this world if you are ill it is because you have sinned Both these ideas can be found in the Bible of course but at least by the time of Jesus Jewish thought had evolved to the point where they believed that there were no other Gods except the one God Here s a few things the narrator says about God For in truth there are things God himself does not understand even though he created themAs God warned Eve after she sinned I will greatly multiply your suffering and your conception in sorrow you will bring forth children and after centuries of sorrow and suffering God is not yet appeased and the agony goes onAt that time life was hard for the poor and God could not be expected to provide for everyone Jesus interrogates Him at one point Being God You must know everythingUp to a certain point only up to a certain pointWhat point is thatThe point where it starts to become interesting to pretend that I know nothing So sometimes it s like this is all clearly a cheeky satire on religion and sometimes the intractable concepts of God salvation sin and so on are presented as hard painful fact THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JOSE SARAMAGONote sort of spoilers followThe version of the story of Jesus we get here is a whole different thing from the actual gospels The single event which dominates the first half of the book is something which is mentioned in only one Gospel Matthew and dismissed in three verses the Massacre of the Innocents When Herod realised that he had been outwitted by the Magi he was furious and he gave orders to kill all the boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were two years old or under Joseph discovers Herod s intention rescues Mary and his own infant son Jesus and after they make it back to Nazareth he is consumed by terrible remorse why did he not warn the families of Bethlehem when he could Why did he selfishly only rescue his own child When Jesus learns about this he believes he takes on his father s guilt and he becomes obsessed He leaves his family aged 13 and joins up with a shepherd then later with some fishermen where he discovers he has magical powers over fish yes I am not making this up Saramago is basing it on one of the gospel miracles But in this book Jesus makes his living for four years by controlling the fish in the Sea of Galilee Then Jesus meets Mary Magdalene a prostitute and they fall in love and start travelling round together as man and wife He encounters God a couple of times and finally gets God to tell him that he is God s one and only Son and that God has a task for him which is to die a martyr s death so that his followers can spread the word And what is the point of it all To help me become God of people says God I thought Blindness was a stone 5 star classic in which the difficult narration perfectly mirrored the desperate difficult plight of the characters but this Gospel just struck me as very loopy and probably not worth the amount of concentration reuired to plough through all the unrelenting density

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review ½ O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo 108 Rrindo também Nem eu posso fazer te todas as perguntas nem tu podes dar me todas as respostas Ainda havia nele um resto de vida uando sentiu ue uma esponja embebida em água e vinagre lhe roçava os lábios e então olhando para baixo deu por um homem ue se afastava com um balde e uma cana ao ombro Já não chegou a ver posta no chão a tigela negra onde o seu sangue goteja. What I like the most about this day 8 of March in case GR posts a different date on this text which is a great day as any other day to live is that from early morning following my daily path on the strolling alleys that is on the ground but also under ground that is by metro I have been hit by groups and groups of men each carrying in their arms a big bucket of flowers thin flowers but very beautiful with lots of colours Most of them displayed wide smiles while maybe feeling themselves a bit different than yesterday because of this very soft delicate but wondrous burden they were delivering to their places of work I have enjoyed than the other days of the week my morning journey to work But the nicest surprise was when I entered the office building where was this bodyguard who handed over to me a beautiful yellow rose with a wish of happy woman s day He made my day Happy to see and be a witness of such lovely gestures and wishing that the message and the intentions behind this int l celebration should not fade away without producing any positive change within our hearts and mindsThis was supposed to be a review but as usual I am sliding on a different track and I reach nowhere which is a good direction still because I can further multiply my searches to other nowhereWith each new book of Saramago I feel myself enriched with a direct geometrical progression of my admiration towards his innate genius very much alive and kicking its way to the endless limits This writer is just simply Great First and foremost I am highly subjective towards him and will continue to be so Hence I am at a loss at establishing a hierarchy regarding which novel I loved most of the ones I read so far Each one of his novels is a stand alone masterpieceThe Gospel according to Jesus Christ is truly a shining brilliant jewel maybe a bit because it brought back to my mind memories long time put to sleep Through uick mind flashes I got back my childhood years spent together with my favorite maternal grandfather who used to keep my imagination at work by telling me about the Bible works He got me so interested that I eventually took the Bible and read it wholly I was far too small of age back then and I cannot assert I did understand what may be of high relevance but I did enjoy it because of the stories put in a interpretative light by my grandfather He did study four years of theology but he didn t practice not even one day as a priest His main passion was to be an automation engineer which is what he practiced his whole professional life He was my first guide through this immense chapter in human life and I feel fortunate that he had enough of an open developed mind not to corrupt my own innocent undeveloped at that time mind with any preconceptions about religion He always let me wander through the land of ideas without forcing any definitive answer on any uestions that were posed That is why now I cannot even say what is I am of if I do belong to any group of the few main known ones I guess I take a bit from all of them but just the part that feels integrative and positively affecting my whole being mind heart and soulIt was enchanting and challenging to read this novel Once you overcome the ethical and theological confrontations even before opening the first page of this gospel though impossible not to recur from time to time letting your eyes linger through the pages of this book proves to be an entirely awesome and pleasant reading And not because it is about Jesus s life as obviously Jesus is the main hero of this gospel but because it seems the book does not have it never had maybe the irreverent purpose of contradicting what others have written in those long past times and therefore does not dare to say that it did not happen what happened putting instead a YES a NO being Jesus this hero and his adventures well known from official religious booksYes it s easy to get close to him and to know his future the good and miraculous things that have existed in his life miracles such that some will give food others will restore health one that will defeat death Yes it s easy to change your ideas when you encounter unexpected miraculous situations lacking the power of an explanation by reason but it s just as easy to keep intact your robust skepticism sometimes characteristic to the golden age of youth sometimes due to a closed mindOne of the very best parts from this jewel of book is the three party interview between the God the Devil and Jesus on a boat in the unknown middle of the sea surrounded by a thick obscure fog and which lasted for or less just about 40 days although for Jesus was just a matter of a couple of hours as for his own perception especially that returned back on the shore the people waiting for him anxiously started to assault him with uestions of what has happened there out in the sea Although this meeting was highly interesting definite one of the finest brushes of Saramago narrative genius for these poor people fishermen by profession was a kind of no work period not that they went on strike purposely but because they just couldn t practice their daily job because the heavy tick wall of fog that made sailing a meeting with death just in case of trying though I think in a corner of my mind I also linked this with something I have been affected by recently I did under go the work assessment for previous year and I chose the attribute to ualify my performance as outstanding top of top on the ladder Upon final discussion with my boss I was told that in order to deserve this I should be capable of walking on water to which my sudden lament came uncontrollably But I am not Jesus Christ He was only OneMy Saramago reading adventure continues with high gusto and I am already so very certain that it will bring further personal rewards that are not helped by words to be expressed So happy he did have even limited like all of us existence on this Earth for some of us to feel overjoyed for reading his novels Multa vreme vor ramane aici acesti copaci si va sosi ziua cand se va fi pierdut memoria a ceea ce s a intamplat si atunci cum oamenii vor pentru orice cate o explicatie falsa sau adevarata se vor inventa cateva istorii si legende la inceput mai pastrand inca o oarecare relatie cu faptele apoi din ce in ce mai slaba pana cand totul se va transforma in pura fabula Si va sosi alta zi cand copacii vor muri de batranete si vor fi taiati si alta cand din pricina unei autostrazi sau a unei scoli sau a unei case de locuit sau a unui centru comercial sau a unui fort militar excavatoarele vor rascoli terenul si vor scoate la lumina zilei pentru o noua nastere scheletele care au zacut acolo vreme de doua mii de ani Vor veni atunci antropologii si un profesor de anatomie va examina resturile pentru ca mai tarziu sa anunte lumii scandalizate ca de fapt pe vremea aceea oamenii erau rastigniti cu genunchii indoiti Si cum lumea nu l putea dezavua in numele stiintei l a detestat in numele 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review ½ O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo 108 Jesus morre morre e já o vai deixando a vida uando de súbito o céu por cima da sua cabeça se abre de par a par e Deus aparece vestindo como estivera na barca e a sua voz ressoa por toda a terra dizendo Tu és o meu Filho muito amado em ti pus toda a minha complacência Então Jesus compreendeu ue viera trazido ao engano como se leva o cordeiro ao sacrifício ue a sua vid. 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 martyrdomThe 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 them know as a good Christian I assume how blasphemous was to name the devil pastor It took me 30 minutes to explain that person that Pastor does not means priest but rather it comes from the Latin word pastor meaning shepherd Now did he use the word shepherd on purpose Yes what is the devil but a shepherd of men leading them to hell just as Jesus is a fisherman of men In the book Pastor is the most humanitarian the repented so repented that when asked to be forgiven a clear distinction between right and wrong has to be made so God decides not to forgive him because what is a good God without evil Saramago decides there cannot be one without the otherThe characters in the book are fascinating my Jesuits friends and I laughed and enjoy this book There were no doubts in our head by the end of the book We did not feel like it shook our religion or affected the way we perceived God This book was after all under fiction so everyone that is easily offended stay away from this book and stop complaining about blasphemy and crying around like little kids Saramago is a Nobel price winner and foremost a grown man that is entitled to his own opinions This one of his finest if not the best of his book in my opinion a must read

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  • O Evangelho segundo Jesus Cristo
  • José Saramago
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  • 06 September 2020
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