Do you believe? : conversations on God and religion / Antonio Monda ; translated from the Italian by Ann Goldstein.
By: Monda, AntonioMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Original language: Italian Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, 2007Description: xii, 178 p. ; 21 cmISBN: 9780307280589 (alk. paper); 0307280586 (alk. paper)Uniform titles: Tu credi? English Subject(s): Interviews -- United States | United States -- Religion -- 1960-LOC classification: BL2525 | .M6513 2007Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Sample text
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"A Vintage Books original"--T.p. verso.
Introduction: the evidence of things unseen -- Paul Auster: A mocking and unfathomable mystery -- Saul Bellow: I believe in God but I don't bug him -- Michael Cunningham: We are all God's children -- Nathan Englander: Whoever wrote the Bible is God -- Jane Fonda: Christ was the first feminist -- Richard ford: I believe in the redemptiveness of art -- Paula Fox: God is the name of something I don't understand -- Jonathan Franzen: Reality is an illusion -- Spike Lee: I no longer felt anything in church -- Daniel Libeskind: We believe the moment we see -- David Lynch: Good and evil are within us -- Toni Morrison: The search is more important than the conclusion -- Grace Paley: Death is the end of everything -- Salman Rushdie: I believe in a mortal soul -- Arthur Schlesinger Jr.: I am an agnostic -- Martin Scorsese: God is not a torturer -- Derek Walcott: I believe that I believe -- Elie Wiesel: I have a wounded faith.
A series of candid discussions on God, religion, and faith examines the role of religion in the modern world, in an anthology featuring the thoughts of Toni Morrison, Salman Rushdie, Spike Lee, Martin Scorsese, Derek Walcott, Jonathan Franzen, Grace Paley, and Elie Wiesel.
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