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Forbidden Book - Jesus Was Married

Updated on June 9, 2015

Author of Forbidden Book

Nikos Kazantzakis was conceived in Heraklion, Crete, Greece. He is no doubt understood Greek writer who got to be popular by composing and distributed the novel "Zorba the Greek". It was interpreted into numerous dialects and turned out to be inevitably extremely fruitful motion picture. He is additionally known for composing books, as well as lyrics and expositions. The novel "Zorba the Greek" is not his most important work, on the grounds that in 1953 exceptionally weird novel came into the light with tittle "The Last Temptation of Christ".

The force and the boldness of the script gets up weird response when it get printed and it particularly influences Christian populace and the confidence of religion itself.

The idea portrayed in a book is strong to the point that, Church requests to expel the novel from book shops and even categorized it as Heretic material.

The Last Temptation of Christ - The Novel

Inside of the pages of the novel we can discover profound passionate effect between the human instinct of Jesus Christ and the celestial presence of God; it portrays basically the human piece of Jesus, his adoration and energy as standard man.

The child of a woodworker, inside of the pages of book, is introduced as a basic man who wishes to love women and have his own children however the voice of God smolders within his spirit, it is more grounded and more noteworthy than a huge number of armed forces and it forces penances and suffering.

The interior clash of a man, his battle in the middle of fragile living creature and soul, the intuition of resistance and the compelling yearning to be united with God is what the novel is about. His refusal of conventional adoration is just extolling a definitive penance at the very end.


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The Last Temptation of Christ - The Movie

Surely known, gifted motion picture director Martin Scorsese in 1988 makes a film taking into action the novel of Nikos Kazantzakis. Before guiding this film he goes to Jerusalem and visits "sacred" spots, attempting to comprehend and choose in the event that he ought to be included in such creation. Commonly he was reached by Church and requested not to continue, but novel's script is so powerful and the thought is so bold to the point that Scorsese can't avoid the allurement himself.

When watching this film, there are various feelings that come to surface. There are numerous individuals who like the film yet there are additionally numerous who disdain it.

"The Last Temptation of Christ" improved my comprehension of God and acknowledge what precisely Jesus yielded for us.

The part of Jesus is played by talented performing actor Willem Dafoe. We recognize that his part is played extremely well and I'm astounded with the ability of on-screen character. His feelings, his reactions, his moves, all that he did in this motion picture was amazing. He figures out how to make us cry, to endure and to chuckle.


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    • Dana Tate profile image

      Dana Tate 

      4 years ago from LOS ANGELES

      Thanks for sharing your article was an interesting read.

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      Mario Psomas 

      4 years ago from Europe

      There was a lot of controversy about Kazantzaki's book in Greece, when I was a student. I think in my school years it was forbidden!

    • SAM ELDER profile imageAUTHOR

      SAM ELDER 

      5 years ago from Home

      I appreciate your kind words.. there are many versions our there concerning the crucifixion of Jesus..

    • MG Singh profile image

      MG Singh 

      5 years ago from Singapore

      Excellent post. Some research also shows that Jesus died in India in Kashmir ( He survived the crucifixation)

    • SAM ELDER profile imageAUTHOR

      SAM ELDER 

      5 years ago from Home

      Ty for stepping by

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      Kenneth C Agudo 

      5 years ago from Tiwi, Philippines

      I love it! I was studying theology 1 about God and even god had experienced several temptation from satan. I love to watch that movie.

      P.S can I ask I see your profile and looks you have been 4 months here, do you have already adsense, is your adsense already approved? because my almost three month still they do not approved and told me insufficient even i have almost 42 articles. or it's all about the 6 months rules

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      Dora Weithers 

      5 years ago from The Caribbean

      Thanks for sharing your insights on the movie. I never watched it, but I think I will now that I know what to expect. Great job!


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