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Jerusalem, April 7, 30, thousands of pilgrims flock to Jerusalem for the Passover celebration. The Roman governor Pontius Pilate condemns a man in his thirties to die on the cross. This man is accused of disturbing public order, and in particular religious order.
Today, he is considered as the son of God by more than two billion believers. Who was that man? What did his contemporaries say about it, what did they think about it? What do the texts that have reached us tell us? Thanks to the most recent studies, animated by an ardent faith and spirit of curiosity, Christine Pedotti invites us to rediscover Jesus, man before being God.
Alternating narrative and exegesis, with the sensitivity of a woman's gaze, she brings us the Galilean incredibly close. A meeting of great modernity...
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