In Our Father Who Art On Earth José Tolentino Mendonça draws on the expertise of biblical texts, but also to the data of anthropology and literature, to dare to ‘open-up’ the Our Father to believers and non-believers, and point out new keys to a spiritual reading of this text that is the heart of Christianity. The result is absolutely unusual. The reader is summoned to an inner journey that they will not forget.
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