Chrétiens demain

Chrétiens demain

Le visiteur

Brian Moore


Chrétiens, Demain est davantage que le reflet de la personnalité d'un auteur majeur et un petit-chef d'oeuvre de construction et d'économie. Derrière la confrontation du Visiteur Apostolique, héraut d'une Eglise nouveau-style qui tourne le dos à sa tradition, et de l'Abbé récalcitrant qu'il est venu mettre au pas, c'est tout le dilemme des Catholiques de l'ère post-conciliaire qui se profile, sans que, pour autant, la théologie ne nuise jamais à la fiction portée par un récit et un dialogue aux rebondissements passionnants, sans que la dialectique ne vienne ternir la vérité des hommes.

Title Chrétiens demain
Subtitle Le visiteur
Edition First Edition
Author Brian Moore
Translated by Patrick Rafroidi, Josette Dadi
Collection Irlande
ISSN 02424762
Publisher Presses Universitaires du Septentrion
BISAC Subject Heading LCO010000 LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Essays
LCO009000 LITERARY COLLECTIONS / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Audience 05 College/higher education
CLIL (Version 2013-2019) 3435 LITTÉRATURE GENERALE
3643 Essais littéraires
Title First Published 01 January 1977
Subject Scheme Identifier Code      93 Thema subject category: DNL      93 Thema subject category: DNT
Format Paperback
Nb of pages 88 p.
ISBN-10 285939057X
ISBN-13 978-2-85939-057-0
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782859390570
Reference no. 47
Publication Date 01 January 1977
Main content page count 88
Dimensions 16 x 24 cm
Weight 144 gr
List Price 5.34 €
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