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On Heaven and Earth: Pope Francis on Faith, Family, and the Church in the Twenty-First Century (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, Version intégrale


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68 internautes sur 71 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
First Pope Francis Book in English 20 avril 2013
Par Nick Zinos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I received this book in the mail yesterday and I am almost finished with it. It is a series of conversations between then-Cardinal Bergoglio, Archbishop of Buenos Aires, and a Rabbi of the area named Abraham Skorka. They discuss frankly and respectfully many different topics including Interreligious Dialogue, the Holocaust, Abortion, Same-Sex Marriage, Nationalism, and many more. However, the theme that seems to be a constant in the book is an honest evaluation of religious leaders and institutions in general, with each author often times pointing out how those who speak in the name of God can be more of a hindrance than a help to true religion. It is certainly a call for purification of religious sensibilities among all believers, but especially among the pastors of the flock.

I am a Catholic, and I must admit that the only reason I purchased this book was to learn more about the personality and opinions of our new Pope. I even started the book by skipping over all of Skorka's comments, just to focus on Pope Francis' words. But occasionally I would glance at Skorka's comments and I began to realize that they were fascinating and profound in their own right. His knowledge of Talmudic lore or Jewish folk stories (such as the story of the Golem of Prague) was extremely interesting. For someone not well versed in Jewish theology, it was a delight to learn more about this religion. It is evident from these conversations that Judaism can enrich Christian thought and vice-versa.

I recommend this book as a good introduction to the personality of Pope Francis, but also as a fascinating encounter between two of the great world religions. It failed to achieve the full five-star rating because although it is a good book, it is not a great book. It is casual in tone, with each author sometimes getting slightly off topic, and does not always delve as deep as one would like into the issues. However, these flaws are not unusual among this genre of writing.
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Wonderful introduction to Pope Francis! 27 avril 2013
Par Lorraine V. Murray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
There is so much misinformation circulating about what Pope Francis believes on various hot-button issues, and this book lets you find the truth easily, since each chapter covers a different topic. The book is a dialogue between him and a Rabbi, so it is fascinating to see all the points of agreement between the two men, and, of course, the areas where their beliefs diverge. They discuss the devil, the reality of sin and other theological topics, along with social issues such as feminism, homosexuality, the importance of the traditional family, and many others. A good read!
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Excellent book for our times. 24 avril 2013
Par Daniel Brosky - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
A very nicely arranged book. 29 Chapters covering a diverse range of topics that are insightful and should lead every Catholic to a deeper introspective contemplation on their place in the world and how they view the world and themselves. Only disappointment is the somewhat cheap binding of the book - pages glued in, not bound; hard paperboard cover, not cloth-bound. Also, glaringly silent on the issue of the use of the death penalty. All-in-all, though, much enrich one's meditative and prayer lives.
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#3 on my list of books to read by/about Pope Francis 23 mai 2013
Par Stuart Dunn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
On Heaven and Earth is a book of dialogue between Pope Francis (then Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio) and Rabbi Abraham Skorka. Both men are Argentinian and both are respected religious leaders as well as brilliant minds. In these conversations, which read like brief letters back and forth to one another, various subjects such as God, the Devil, Science, Education, are covered. My initial impression was that it was nice to see subjects other than religion covered. This has potential to attract a wider, perhaps secular audience, who would otherwise never read a book by the Pope.

Each chapter reads like a friendly debate (for lack of a better word). One man gives his and his religion's viewpoint on a specific subject, and the other replies with their viewpoint. The tone is never harsh, and you can tell that these men have a good deal of respect for each other. If you are looking for fireworks or one party to declare the other wrong, you need to find a different book. I must admit there are times when I wish Pope Francis would have told Rabbi Skorka that he was wrong, but that is not how dialogue, especially religious dialogue works. Both men exhibited what a religious dialogue is supposed to look like - loving, respectful, willing to listen, and willing to share.

Some chapters were more appealing to me than others. For example, the first chapter, "On God," was very interesting. I'm not sure what exactly I expected them to discuss as it related to God, but Rabbi Skorka's explanation of Nimrod and the Tower of Babel, according to Talmudic tradition, was very interesting and a perspective I had never heard before. The chapter "On the 1970s" had a hard time keeping my interest because I wasn't alive during that time. The beautiful thing about this book though is that you don't have to read it in order or completely if a chapter doesn't interest you.

I originally thought that this book wouldn't hold my interest as I tend to only want to know what the Catholic viewpoint is on things, but I was very wrong. It was very well put together, covered a wide variety of topics, and I felt that both men educated me, not just Pope Francis. I give it 5 out of 5 stars and recommend that you read through each section slowly and reflect on each one. I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A good book 23 juillet 2013
Par John Ring - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
First, it is well written/the dialogue is intelligent and thoughtful. It touches on many of the problems in our society/culture in a mature way. It clearly shows the approach of Catholic and Jewish thought and shows how close we are to one another.
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