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By Claudio Gianotto

Giacomo, fratello del Signore, svolse un ruolo di grande rilevanza all’interno del movimento di Gesù nel periodo immediatamente successivo alla morte del capo carismatico, e godette in line with un certo periodo di autorità e prestigio non inferiori a quelli attribuiti a Pietro e Paolo. Perché allora – dopo essere stato anche punto di riferimento di molte tradizioni eterogenee – cadde nell’oblio?

Un protagonista dimenticato delle origini cristiane: chi è veramente Giacomo? Fratello di Gesù, svolse un ruolo decisivo all’interno della primitiva comunità di Gerusalemme. los angeles sua figura according toò – rappresentando l. a. linea dei cristiani di origine giudaica, destinata a estinguersi o assimilarsi advert altri orientamenti di maggiore successo – finì in line with essere oscurata da altri personaggi delle origini, come Pietro e Paolo. In questo libro – basato su una lettura esperta del Nuovo Testamento e dei Vangeli apocrifi – si racconta una vicenda appassionante, che pone una serie di interrogativi nuovi sul movimento dei seguaci di Gesù, su chi potesse essere il suo vero erede, sulla sua vita, sui suoi familiari, fratelli e sorelle, sulla verginità di Maria.

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