Against the modern ideological idolatry of poverty: Jesus Christ was not poor and never lived in poverty, He ate and dressed, nor to his death he was buried as a poor

AGAINST MODERN Idolatry IDEOLOGICAL POVERTY: JESUS ​​CHRIST WAS NOT TO BE POOR POOR AND NEVER LIVED, He eats and garments, NE TO HIS DEATH WAS BURIED BY POOR

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Jesus of Nazareth was not a poor starved, prove it and tell the Santi Vangeli, enough to know how to read and explain to the people of God, that according to the discomfort that manifests, seems to be more and more saturated with these excessive and surreal references directed to the poor and poverty that characterize the focus and obsessive traits of this august reign.

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Ariel S. Levi Gualdo

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Byzantine icon depicting Christ the King surrounded by the four Evangelists depicted with animal figures that represent them: John “the Eagle“, Matteo “Angelo“, Luca “Ox“, Marco “Leone“.

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Sometimes we speak of poverty in error, others transform poverty in Utopia, others use the poor and poverty is not because certain policies affecting the poor, but because it affects the ideology at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century Europe was built over the poor for completely different purposes Skin. For if the poor have often been used and exploited for economic purposes by many rich, or by powerful and overbearing varies made, it must be remembered that the poor themselves have not been less used and exploited for their ideological purposes by as many rich Marxists, the ringleaders of such, as history test, starting from the same Karl Marx, They came as a minimum by the families of the bourgeoisie, if not of the upper class and aristocracy of ancient.

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French Revolution, still it studied not in the correct historical perspective but the surreal romantic legends light, It was not put together by peasant people passionate and oppressed, but aristocracy, by the bourgeoisie and by many members of the clergy. The peasant people passionate and oppressed, He could not even conceive of himself and France without a king over his head.

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With this article I intend to respond to questions that repeatedly I have been directed by a growing number of devout Catholics, both new worship the poor and poverty, falsante image is false and a poor Christ.

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Jesus of Nazareth was not a poor starved, They explain it and we tell him the Santi Vangeli, it would be enough just to know how to read and explain to the people of God, that according to what is in discomfort manifests, It seems to be more and more saturated with the excessive and surreal references directed to the poor and the poverty that now characterize the focus and even obsessive traits of this pontificate [following the article below …]

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19.07.2017 Ariel S. Levi Gualdo - AGAINST MODERN Idolatry IDEOLOGICAL POVERTY: JESUS ​​CHRIST WAS NOT TO BE POOR POOR AND NEVER LIVED, He eats and garments, NOR HIS DEATH WAS BURIED BY POOR.

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5 thoughts on "Against the modern ideological idolatry of poverty: Jesus Christ was not poor and never lived in poverty, He ate and dressed, nor to his death he was buried as a poor

  1. The Beatitudes are reflected in each other, so the poor recall the afflicted, myths etc.. and vice versa. If we wanted to find a special meaning and precise - free transfer from its close affinity with the concept of humility – the famous passage from Matthew on the poor in spirit in a nutshell I would say this, a corollary of what is written by Father Ariel:

    1) "Rich" in the language of the Gospel is the one who is a slave of "wealth", that is, the goods of this world and raised to idolatry ultimate goal of life.

    2) The poor "in spirit" is instead the one who is not a slave of "wealth", that is, the goods of this world (while good in themselves) because his treasure ("The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure hidden… Mt, 13, 44) he found it in God's Kingdom.

    3) So the step may also be formulated so prosaically: blessed are those who are not slaves of the goods of this world, which they do not go down and who feel all the vanity, they will receive what God's children obedient to their true nature must try: God's Kingdom. In conclusion: the kingdom of heaven for the "poor in spirit" is - even – the logical conclusion of a coherent path.

    And then as the possessor of material wealth can be "poor in spirit", so the poor can be "rich" according to the evangelical language. For as St. Augustine wrote: "What do you mean the Lord with the words: "It is easier for a camel through the eye of a needle instead of a rich man to enter the kingdom of God"? In this step called rich who is greedy of temporal goods, and it goes superb. Contrary to these rich are the poor in spirit, It belongs the kingdom of heaven. Which in this category of wealthy, frowned upon by the Lord, belong all greedy for mundane things, although they are free, It becomes evident from what is said after the hearers: "Who then can be saved?"It is certain that the poor quantity is incomparably higher, so we need to understand that the number of this sort are calculated such that even those, despite not having riches, are all taken by the desire to have them. " (Sant'Agostino, Issues on the Gospels, book II, 47).

  2. Padre Ariel,

    the obvious premise that is sacrosanct witness who really needs, help those who really live in poverty material and moral, I serve as soon as possible about your exegesis to corporal works of mercy on the poor, these are big words / artfully alibi used and abused by shepherds and giornaloni ... A comparative exegesis in relation to the admonition of Leviticus: "You shall love your neighbor as yourself", confirmed by Jesus (Mt 7,12) "Whatever you wish that men would do to you, do ye even so to them: for this it is the Law and the Prophets. "and then again extended and refined in Luke 6,27-38 and John 15,9-17.

    And then a serious catechesis that makes clarity about the moral implications about certain actions and personal behavior for the salvation of one's soul.

    Expenses – cunningly – It does not fulfill its obligations, does not pay the rent of the property (ecclesiastical and not) as well as those who claim falsely poor, or those who preach and derive profit on real or alleged poor (ong, relief agencies, migrants themselves, etc. ), all of them are failing to gospel principles, cause offense to justice and charity and "unheard dictu"- commit serious sins not only because they violate, the property of others, depapuerandola of useful means to do good, but because at the same time often disregard other precepts “love your neighbor as yourself”, "Do not bear false witness", "Do not covet the property of others", etc..

    Or am I wrong?

  3. Dear don Ariel, It, however, allows a small objection: the guards at the tomb of Jesus were Roman or rather were Jews, the guard of the Temple? I have always thought of them in the second category. How else could the Sanhedrin give them orders?
    Moving on to his side, who thinks the gimmick translate “mammon” with “wealth” tout court in the recent Italian edition of the Gospel wanted by the CEI and Betori? […]

    1. Caro Iginio,

      the death sentence of the Lord Christ was executed by Roman soldiers, after he was handed over to the Roman procurator and charged with sedition against Rome. The soldiers insulted and physically beat him beyond all measure, before taking him to the place where he was crucified [Mt 27:27-36; GV 18:3, 12; 19:32-34].

      The squad that crucified the Lord Christ was formed by four soldiers [GV 19:23, 24]. The body responsible commander, both phenomena that occurred for both the circumstances of death itself, stated: "Certainly this man was the Son of God" [MC 15:33-39].

      Roman soldiers were then put the guard at the Tomb of Christ [Mt 27:62-66]. For if it were Jewish guards who served in the Temple, the Jews would not have had to ask Pilate, nor the heads of the priests they promised to settle questions by the Prosecutor if he had learned of the disappearance of the body of Jesus [Mt 28:14].

      As for the translation of the word Mammon with wealth, It is a relevant translation.

      The term derives from the Aramaic ממון and its root is not very reliable, probably it derives in turn from the Syriac, as different entries Aramaic. Usually, scholars of the original texts of the Old and novo testamentary, They have always translated this term as "buried treasure", giving this "burial" a sense, not last, ownership / greed. The term ממון Aramaic is reported in the Greek texts of Santi Vangeli as μαμωνάς.

      Mammon is still a term used always as "attachment to wealth" with all the connotations both of greed, whether selfish is also greed.

      So I think the translation of the phrase: "No one shall refractory kyriois doulefein The TAP one hated and loved hetero or resist and despise the other. th ye theῷ doulefein and mamonᾷ » [cf. Mt 6,24] e «no one can oiketis refractory kyriois doulefein · The TAP one hated and loved hetero, or resist and despise the other. th ye theῷ doulefein and mamonᾷ» Lc 16, 13] both completely relevant.

  4. Nessun dubbio sul fatto che la Sacra Famiglia non fosse povera; che fosse però benestante non mi convince molto: Giuseppeche era giustoavrebbe forse offertoin sacrificio una coppia di tortore o di giovani colombi, come prescrive la Legge del Signore”?
    Ritengo che la traduzione più appropriata diτέκτωνnon sia tanto ebanista quanto carpentiere, cioè artigiano esperto nella costruzione di strutture lignee delle case, dei mobili e dei loro ornamenti, degli attrezzi agricoli, delle barche e della forgia di minuterie metalliche.
    Con i doni dei magi non vedo difficoltà per pagarsi lafuga” in Egypt.
    Che la famiglia di Elisabetta fosse ricca si, che Maria fosse più ricca di Giuseppe non mi convince.
    La tunica poteva benissimo essere stata tessuta da Maria stessa o poteva essere un regalo diGiovanna, moglie di Cusa, amministratore di Erode”.
    Il trattamento riservato a Gesù sulla croce dopo la sua morte poteva benissimo essere stato comandato da Pilato stesso a motivo delle parole sul sogno della moglie.

    A parte queste sfumature, trovo l’articolo molto istruttivo

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