La puta de Babilonia

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Hay varios libros clásicos sobre las religiones en el mundo: Mircea Eliade y su Historia de las religiones, por citar un ejemplo de historiador. Los filósofos también han incursionado en el tema, uno de ellos, Bertrand Russell: Por qué no soy cristiano. Y un clásico de la litetarura universal, Voltaire, Crítica religiosa. Los escritores siempre son, sin duda, los más provocadores y quienes son centro de las críticas más severas por aquellos que tiene como dogma a Dios. Es ...
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Hay varios libros clásicos sobre las religiones en el mundo: Mircea Eliade y su Historia de las religiones, por citar un ejemplo de historiador. Los filósofos también han incursionado en el tema, uno de ellos, Bertrand Russell: Por qué no soy cristiano. Y un clásico de la litetarura universal, Voltaire, Crítica religiosa. Los escritores siempre son, sin duda, los más provocadores y quienes son centro de las críticas más severas por aquellos que tiene como dogma a Dios. Es conocido el caso del escritor hindú Salman Rushdie y sus Versos satánicos.
El caso de Fernando Vallejo puede ser una suerte de milagro en el concierto latinoamericano que aborda el tema con inusitada pasión en su libro La puta de Babilonia, la religión que, en sus propias palabras, "tiene cuentas pendientes conmigo desde mi infancia y aquí se las voy a cobrar".
Vallejo nos cuenta cómo a mediados de 1209 empezaron las batallas de la Iglesia contra todos aquellos que no creyeran en Cristo. La ley era: "mátenlos a todos que ya después el Señor verá cuáles son los suyos". Herejes y católicos caían degollados. De Inocencio III a Benedicto XVI, nada ha cambiado. Y Vallejo nos va entreverando las historias de las corruptelas de la Iglesia en palabras directas, sin concesiones.
Una religión antisemita, corrupta, oscurantista, parásita, homofóbica, misógina, depredadora, opresora, tiránica, solapadora de Mussolini, Hitler, los "Reyes católicos" que persiguieron a moros y judíos, la impune bimilenaria, la gran Putade Babilonia.
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  • ISBN-13: 9786071118691
  • Publisher: Santillana USA Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 5/15/2014
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Sales rank: 968,531
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2008

    Eye opener

    Although is a little difficult to read due to the great amount of time, names, historic data that covers, without chapter separation, is a new source of learning the true history of the religions, specially the Roman Catolic. Has to be read slowly and more than once. Has valuable information to refer you to other books about the same subject. Definetely a new light in the darkness of religions.

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