Passion of the God who Wanted to be Man
In this book, Rafael Argullol undertakes the death of Jesus of Nazareth. His account feeds equally on the Gospels and on the successive representations of this theme bequeathed to us by different artists. Christ appears like a tragic hero, in the Greek manner; a profoundly human figure around which all of existence is thrown into turmoil. Love, friendship, eroticism, freedom and treason are but stages in an itinerary that entails an exceptional destiny. Passion of the God who Wanted to be Man is a moving text that reflects the beauty of a disturbing and at once fascinating story.