Diccionario Esotérico de la Biblia

By: Gimenez Jaaurina, Miguel (traductor aka translator)

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A1 - A Spanish language edition trade paperback ex-library book in good+ to very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color wraps with minor overall shelf wear with the usual library stamp and label on the top outside paper edges and the copyright page. The variety of peoples who occupied the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea, where the Bible originated, were as plentiful as the variety of landscapes found there and these people also professed a large variety of pagan religions. Among these peoples emerged Israel, which alone had a monotheistic religion embodied in the worship of Jehova and which was written in what we now call the Old Testament, which includes 46 books. With the birth of Jesus Christ, arises Christianity and additional canonical text: the New Testament with 27 books. The Old Testament was written in Hebrew, with some passages in Aramaic and Greek, while the New Testament was in the New Greek. Some scholars have long argued that the Bible is a coded message, a Message that could only be read with the appropriate clues: '... they look without seeing, and hearing they hear not, neither understand' (Matthew 13, 13). This 'Esoteric Dictionary' is intended as a guide investigating some of these clues, clues that may permit the sacred texts to be seen with new eyes that reveal their hidden spiritual treasure. La variedad de los pueblos que ocupaban la costa oriental del mar Mediterráneo, donde surgió la Biblia, eran tan abundantes como su variedad de paisajes, pueblos que profesaban gran cantidad de religiones paganas. Y, entre esos pueblos estaba Israel, único que tenía una religión monoteísta encarnada en Jehová y sobre cuyo culto se escribió lo que hoy denominamos Antiguo Testamento, que comprende 46 libros. Luego, con el nacimiento de Jesucristo, surge el cristianismo y otro texto canónico: el Nuevo Testamento, de 27 libros. El Antiguo testamento se escribió en hebreo, con algunos trozos en arameo y griego; en tanto que el Nuevo lo fue en griego. Pero siempre los estudiosos de todos los tiempos han afirmado que la Biblia es un mensaje en clave, un mensaje que debe leerse con las llaves adecuadas: <<... porque viendo no ven, y oyendo no oyen, ni entienden>> (Mateo 13, 13). Este 'Diccionario Esotérico' se propone investigar algunas de esas claves, claves que nos permitiráa asomarnos a ese texto sagrado con nuevos ojos, descubriendo así un gran tesoro espiritual que hasta ahora permanecía oculto. 5.6"x8", 249 páginas (pages). Satisfacción garantizada (satisfaction guaranteed).

Title: Diccionario Esotérico de la Biblia

Author: Gimenez Jaaurina, Miguel (traductor aka translator)

Categories: Spanish Literature, Bibles, Religions: Christianity, Bible Study,

Edition: Spanish Language Edition

Publisher: Barcelona, Spain, Ediciones Abraxas: 2000

ISBN: 8495536013

ISBN 13: 9788495536013

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket as Issued

Type: Ex-Library

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Book ID: FL0014

Keywords: Bible Studies Esoterico Biblia Esoteric Reference Dictionary Diccionario