Ève, la femme – L'injustice de tous les temps
de Henri Tisot
272 pages - oct. 2007
‘To you, women, falls the task of being sentinels of the Invisible!’ [John-Paul II, Lourdes, 15 August 2004]. Since the beginning of time, Eve, the first woman and mother to us all, to whom we owe our lives, has been carrying the unbearable weight of the original sin. And all because of a misinterpretation of the biblical text describing the events in the Garden of Eden. Henri Tisot, with forty years of bible study behind him, has found the fatal error. It is the ‘most flagrant miscarriage of justice’ that has ever benefited men of the three Abrahamic religions: Jews, Christians and Muslims. The aim of this book is to repair that injustice to Eve, shamefully marked since the creation of the world. Henri Tisot expresses the desire that many women should read these pages in order to free themselves, for once and all, of masculine domination which still weighs on them, even in our so-called modern society. This book is full of astonishing revelations. Henri Tisot confesses: ‘I did not write this book, the book wrote me.’ And Brigitte Bardot says in the preface: ‘Henri is an apostle, a visionary who is trying to transmit the Word to a deaf world.’ For his part, Henri Tisot admits, ‘I have great affection for Brigitte Bardot. All alone, she incarnated the image of divine creation. She could be an ideal representation of the original woman. Don’t be misled; through her defence of animals, she is really defending human beings today’.
- Dimensions : 165x220x20
- ISBN : 9782204083720
- Poids : 400 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Brigitte Bardot