Biblical Commentaries

An economist reads the Book of Books

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The Word that Defeats Death

A Man Named Job/7 - The redeemer of the poor serves both the brother and the God of the living by Luigino Bruni published in Avvenire on 26/04/2015 “My last desire will be for you, who hold my whole life in your name: mother. I am at peace and I am innocent. Never be ashamed for the reason why I'm d...
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The Living Memory of the Earth

A Man Named Job/6 To do justice means not to "cover" the suffering of the righteous by Luigino Bruni published in Avvenire on 19/04/2015 "Praised be You, my Lord, through our Sister Mother Earth (...) Praised be You, my Lord, through our Sister Bodily Death" (St. Francis, The Canticle of the Creatu...
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Beware of the Adulators of God

A Man Named Job/5 - The false love of those who defend the Lord to praise themselves by Luigino Bruni published in Avvenire on 12/04/2015 "Let's go from here. Let's ask for all this sickness to pass. Whom shall we ask? The vineyard that is ̀all a burst of new leaves, the acacia branch with its tho...
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God's Responsibility

A Man Named Job/4 – He who is righteous can say it out: no son deserves to die by Luigino Bruni published in Avvenire on 05/04/2015 “You did not come down from the cross when they shouted to you, mocking and reviling you: "Come down from the cross and we will believe that it is you." You did not com...
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The Ark of Hardships

A Man Named Job/3 The suffering of the innocent seen and understood as the start of resurrection by Luigino Bruni published in Avvenire on 29/03/2015 "Stunned, Job turns to God and says: »Master of the universe, can it not be that a storm has raged in front of you and made you confuse Iyov (Job) wit...
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The Answer of the Untouchable

A Man Named Job/2 - Persisting without cursing, discovering the "freedom of the manure" by Luigino Bruni published in Avvenire on 22/03/2015 “Our civilization that descended from the North and the West has seen the sun and the blue sky; however, it has not seen the darkness of the sea, the dried mud...
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In Dialogue with God - Naked

A Man Named Job/1 - Moving beyond the “retributive” vision of faith by Luigino Bruni published in  pdf Avvenire (65 KB) on 15/03/2015 “What are you doing? Tell me, I want to know”. I didn't answer her. The blind man said, „We're drawing a cathedral. Me and him are working on it. Press...