La Magdalena

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María Magdalena fue la mujer escogida por Jesús de Nazaret como primera destinataria de sus revelaciones y los secretos de su sabiduría, y el entorno de Jesús no entendió por qué confió a ella secretos que escondía a sus discípulos más cercanos. Según los evangelio, Jesús resucitado apareció ante ella en primer lugar y, como mensajera, la envió a comunicar la importante noticia a Pedro y los demás apóstoles, escondidos y atemorizados tras la crucifixión.

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María Magdalena fue la mujer escogida por Jesús de Nazaret como primera destinataria de sus revelaciones y los secretos de su sabiduría, y el entorno de Jesús no entendió por qué confió a ella secretos que escondía a sus discípulos más cercanos. Según los evangelio, Jesús resucitado apareció ante ella en primer lugar y, como mensajera, la envió a comunicar la importante noticia a Pedro y los demás apóstoles, escondidos y atemorizados tras la crucifixión.

Desde los orígenes del cristianismo se tejió en torno a María Magdalena una tupida red de leyendas y falsedades. La intención podría haber sido ocultar su verdadera identidad y quizá rebajar o eliminar el papel fundamental que ella debería haber tenido y no tuvo en la fundación de la nueva religión. La Iglesia siempre tuvo miedo del personaje, puesto que, a juzgar por los textos, María de Magdala aparecía asociada afectivamente a Jesús y este hecho podría hacer tambalear los cimientos de la institución.

Juan Arias nos ofrece en este libro una hipótesis muy bien documentada: La Magdalena vivió con Jesús una apasionada historia de amor.

About the Autor:
Juan Arias es escritor y periodista, cursó estudios de Teología, Filosofía, Psicología, Lenguas semíticas y Filología comparada en la Universidad de Roma. Durante catorce años fue corresponsal en Italia y en el Vaticano para el diario El País. Anteriormente había cubierto para el desaparecido diario Pueblo los trabajos del Concilio Vaticano II.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788466318822
  • Publisher: Santillana USA Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 11/25/2006
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Ensayo (Punto de Lectura) Series
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 1,399,406
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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  • Posted March 13, 2010

    The Magdalena

    This book is recommended for those people who were Catholic in the past but they were not pretty convinced about the whole system of Catholic beliefs. In the huge sea of unexplained and sometimes incoherent facts in the life of Jesus and his people according to the official Church vision,
    Juan Arias' hypothesis about alternative explanations for the entire life of Jesus and his true ideas and purposes are filling the need of understanding of curious readers and Jesus followers.
    It is also a very interesting point of view in favor of women and their potential role in Christianity, which one more time, helps to see Jesus as a much more updated man than the typical Catholic overview of him.

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