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Bound: 160 pages
Author: Blandine Lagrut
Publisher: Le Cerf
Product dimensions: 13.5 x 1.4 x 21 cm
Much has been said in recent decades about the faith of Jesus. Of his hope, very little. But can we say of Jesus that he hopes? If so, in what way? Does his hope, which reveals the fundamental goodness of reality, undergo transformations? What remains of Jesus' hope on the Cross? This book, at the crossroads of biblical and philosophical studies, attempts to discern the contours of the Kingdom that Jesus never ceases to seek. Even in its most extreme form, Jesus' hope reveals that the Ultimate, the ultimate Reality to which all creation is destined, is nothing other than the relationship to the Father.
An exegesis and contemplation with strong spiritual and existential resonances.
A Sister consecrated in the Chemin Neuf Community, Blandine Lagrut is a teacher in philosophy at the Studium de Philosophie (Charters) and the Centre Sèvres (Paris).