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Il maestro e margherita/Majstor i Margarita/The Master and Margherita(1972)
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The Critic Bobov give the master a dig and sing in chorus with the president Berlioz. The master's misery fate has been a foregone conclusion
Only Margareta is beside him in this time and give him support and warm
The Critic Bobov give the master a dig and sing in chorus with the president Berlioz. The master's misery fate has been a foregone conclusion
Only Margareta is beside him in this time and give him support and warm
The master looked critical articles in a newspaper.
He gone to the writer's club to question the critic, but they ignore them
The master looked critical articles in a newspaper.
He gone to the writer's club to question the critic, but they ignore them
The master request to talk with Berlioz
Woland (Satana) joined their talk for discuss god is or not existed and he tell Berlioz that his head will be cut down by a women wearing a red scarf today !
The master request to talk with Berlioz
Woland (Satana) joined their talk for discuss god is or not existed and he tell Berlioz that his head will be cut down by a women wearing a red scarf today !
Berlioz gone in a flurry , but he suddenly slip in the road because he step on the sunflower oil. A trolley just driven through, his head was cut down
The master is very astoundment for the grievous news. He runs the club for report the news, but people not to regard it as right and think he is psychopathy
Berlioz gone in a flurry , but he suddenly slip in the road because he step on the sunflower oil. A trolley just driven through, his head was cut down
The master is very astoundment for the grievous news. He runs the club for report the news, but people not to regard it as right and think he is psychopathy
Master back his residence. He writes to Stalin for help
n the hard case, Margareta come to his side. She express she will come tomorrow for live together with master
Master back his residence. He writes to Stalin for help
In the hard case, Margareta come to his side. She express she will come tomorrow for live together with master
Second day, when Margareta came to the master's residence, she find master is not in and the house has been lived by strangers. She ask them but she was mocked and turned out.
Margareta come to the theater to ask manager Rimski, Rimski completely ignore. She angrily scold he is a hypocrite. She gone to the empty theatre and fall helpless tear
Second day, when Margareta came to the master's residence, she find master is not in and the house has been lived by strangers. She ask them but she was mocked and turned out.
Margareta come to the theater to ask manager Rimski, Rimski completely ignore. She angrily scold he is a hypocrite. She gone to the empty theatre and fall helpless tear
Margareta is looking a funeral troop for Berlioz, Woland presents to her side. He answer her she will meet the master
The master has been sent a lunatic asylum in this time. He shout at the top of his voice to ask go out . But the doctors give him an injection to made him quiet
Margareta is looking a funeral troop for Berlioz, Woland presents to her side. He answer her she will meet the master
The master has been sent a lunatic asylum in this time. He shout at the top of his voice to ask go out . But the doctors give him an injection to made him quiet
The Bobov who vie for live in Master'a house is has a headache. The Woland and his adjutants walk in the house. He is very afraid. Woland gives him a lecture, his adjutants knocks him down
The critic Lavrovic come to here in this time. Two adjutants make fun of him and tell him he has fallen a liver cancer and will dead soon
The Bobov who vie for live in Master'a house is has a headache. The Woland and his adjutants walk in the house. He is very afraid. Woland gives him a lecture, his adjutants knocks him down
The critic Lavrovic come to here in this time. Two adjutants make fun of him and tell him he has fallen a liver cancer and will dead soon
The manager of the theater Rimski back the theater , he looked the posters for "Pontius Pilate" will be performed soon, he consults with a few critics calling to the minister so ascertain the circumstances. The minister tell him he has known all things includes woland will show his magic. They just are reassured
The magic start, two adjutants made 100 ruble bill runs in a pocket of a audience under the stage , then announce professor Woland will give everyone 100 ruble. A critic Latonski stands up for obstruct, but adjutant made fun of him
The manager of the theater Rimski back the theater , he looked the posters for "Pontius Pilate" will be performed soon, he consults with a few critics calling to the minister so ascertain the circumstances. The minister tell him he has known all things includes woland will show his magic. They just are reassured
The magic start, two adjutants made 100 ruble bill runs in a pocket of a audience under the stage , then announce professor Woland will give everyone 100 ruble. A critic Latonski stands up for obstruct, but adjutant made fun of him
The Aliman who is an aga and sitting in a balcony stands up for intervene . He persist in ask to explain magic fact. A adjutant answers his request, but he said about the fact of Aliman's track in yesterday night. So that is what it is he pass the night in a young actress' home, arose the whole room burst into laughter
Professor Woland knock his magic wand, the close-body belt covered in the master's body was auto untied, the doors was auto opened, the master goes the lunatic asylum
The Aliman who is an aga and sitting in a balcony stands up for intervene . He persist in ask to explain magic fact. A adjutant answers his request, but he said about the fact of Aliman's track in yesterday night. So that is what it is he pass the night in a young actress' home, arose the whole room burst into laughter
Professor Woland knock his magic wand, the close-body belt covered in the master's body was auto untied, the doors was auto opened, the master goes the lunatic asylum
Follow the adjutant announces every will be able to take away any things,fashionable dresses, shoes... what is they will see. Woland knock his magic wand again and shouts "one, two, three", a large number fashionable dresses drop from heaven, everyone rush to the fore to take these gifts. Woland soliloquy said: " Men are the same everywhere, They love money, they're frivolous, ambitious"
The people cheerfully leave theater wearing new dress for back home, Woland shouts "one, two, three" again , the dresses in their body suddenly rose high into the air, they became strip oneself naked,thrown into a panic, subjected greedy punish
Follow the adjutant announces every will be able to take away any things,fashionable dresses, shoes... what is they will see. Woland knock his magic wand again and shouts "one, two, three", a large number fashionable dresses drop from heaven, everyone rush to the fore to take these gifts. Woland soliloquy said: " Men are the same everywhere, They love money, they're frivolous, ambitious"

The people cheerfully leave theater wearing new dress for back home, Woland shouts "one, two, three" again , the dresses in their body suddenly rose high into the air, they became strip oneself naked,thrown into a panic, subjected greedy punish

The master walk into the theater and found Margareta who is waiting him. Margareta hold a red rose flower for him. They meet at last.
Woland walk on their side in this time, he said to master:" I have read your play, unfortunately I don't completely approve of it, I can't give it the green light, but you will be granted peace ". then they drink Falerno poisonous wine it is woland preparative.
The master walk into the theater and found Margareta who is waiting him. Margareta hold a red rose flower for him. They meet at last.
Woland walk on their side in this time, he said to master:" I have read your play, unfortunately I don't completely approve of it, I can't give it the green light, but you will be granted peace ". then they drink Falerno poisonous wine it is woland preparative.
"Pontius Pilate" start to perform. The accused Jesus was brought up, he said to Pilute: " I tell you power is just violence against men", Pilate ask:"Do you realize what you're saying?" Jesus said:" Why do you ask, Hegemonic ,do I look like mad man?"
The master back the lunatic asylum and died, but he die without closing his eyes. A nurse come to close his eyes. The master finally goes end his life road and arrived eternal peace (The end)

"Pontius Pilate" start to perform. The accused Jesus was brought up, he said to Pilute: " I tell you power is just violence against men", Pilate ask:"Do you realize what you're saying?" Jesus said:" Why do you ask, Hegemonic ,do I look like mad man?"

The master back the lunatic asylum and died, but he die without closing his eyes. A nurse come to close his eyes. The master finally goes end his life road and arrived eternal peace (The end)
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About Jesus

Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, was born in Bethlehem, Judea, according to the generally accepted chronology in the year of Rome 750, that is, 4 BC. This apparent discrepancy in date is due to an error that was made when the Christian calendar originated with Dionysius in 556 AD. He fixed upon the year of Rome 754 as that in which Christ was born. Later information proved beyond a doubt that this date should have been 750, which gives the birth of Christ four years before the beginning of the Christian era according to the calendar of Dionysius. The mother of Jesus was Mary, who was probably a descendant of David. Her husband, Joseph, was also a descendant of the same family. The birth of the holy child occurred in a manger at a public inn in Bethlehem, where Joseph had gone to be registered in accordance with the Jewish law relating to taxation. The miraculous conditions connected with his birth to the Virgin Mary prove to the satisfaction of most followers of Christianity that Jesus was of divine origin. His parents remained at Bethlehem for some time. The infant Savior was circumcised on the eighth day, and at the end of the fortieth day he was presented in the Temple, and his mother, according to the Jewish law, made the customary offers for her purification. Soon after this he was visited by wise men, or Magi, from the East, who claimed to have been guided to the spot where he was by the miraculous appearance of a star. Inquiries of these men as to where the child who was to be king of the Jews was born, led Herod (at that time Roman ruler of Judea) to cause all the male children in Bethlehem under three years of age to be put to death. Joseph, however, was warned by an angel, and he fled with Mary and Jesus into Egypt, where he remained an uncertain length of time, until after Herod's death, when the holy family returned and took up their residence at Nazareth. Here Jesus lived and grew to maturity, and because of this he is frequently called the Nazarene...(More)

 

Jesus
 
Aboutthe Bible
The Bible is the sacred book of Christianity. Many of the biblical accounts, especially those of the Old Testament, are believed not only by Christians, but also Jews and Muslims.

The word "Bible" originated from the Greek word, βιβλια, biblia, and means "books" or "collection of books". The origin of the Bible is very interesting, featuring multiple translations and conciliar debates leading to the canonization of the books as we know them today. The Bible consists of two parts, called "testaments" (testament refers to covenant with God, from the Latin "testamentum"): The Old Testament (OT), which contains the Torah (Law), Nevi'im (Prophets), and Ketuvim (Writings) of the Jewish tradition, and the New Testament (NT), which contains the Gospels (good news) and the Epistles (letters), the Acts of the Apostles (accounts of the early Christian movement), and the Revelation of John (an apocalypse).

According to The Roman Catholic Canon the Bible is comprised of 73 books; the OT has 46 books and the NT has 27. Most Protestant churches reject six books from the Catholic OT, referred to as the Apocrypha, giving a total of 39 books in the OT and 66 books total.

The first Catholic English Bible translation was the "Douay-Rheims Bible", 1609, followed by the Protestant (Anglican) " King James Bible" in 1611. Although before these two there were many partial translations, and some full and authorized editions (such as the Great Bible which was a predecessor to the KJV, authorized by King Henry VIII of England in 1539), the KJV, which utilized the Douay-Rheims Bible in its presentation of the NT, is often viewed as the first major English translation of the Bible due to the dominant place it held as the standard English Bible for some 400 years.

The linguistic structure of the King James Bible helped shape the English language and set most of the standards on how words should be spelled, as well as word order and grammar. Putting aside its intrinsic religious value, it is a masterpiece of English literature.

The original languages of the biblical texts were Classical Hebrew (most of the OT), Biblical (probably Imperial) Aramaic (Daniel 2-7, portions of Ezra 4-7, Genesis 31.47 and Jeremiah 10.11), and Koine Greek (the entire NT). Modern Hebrew, which is related to Biblical Hebrew, is spoken in Israel, a version of Aramaic is still spoken in Syria and surrounding by a population of almost one million people, and Greek is still spoken in its modern form in Greece.

In the final centuries BCE, the Hebrew Bible was translated into Greek (a translation called the Septuagint, abbreviated LXX), the universal language of the time. Then, in the very early Middle Ages the whole Bible was translated into Latin, which was, in turn, the language spoken in Europe at that time. After the Reformation many translations to the common languages (Spanish, French, English, German, etc) began to appear.

The Bible is the most translated book of all time, the first book ever printed on a press with movable type, and the best selling book of all time. (More)

 
About Pontius Pilate/Ponzzije Pilat

Anonymity in John 19 We have mention of Christ, Mary, Mary wife of Clopas, Mary Magdalene, Pontius Pilate, Nicodemus, and Joseph of Arimathea in John 19. All of these people were, to a lesser or greater degree, supporters and / or followers of Christ. The name-dropping of these supporters is quite rampant in this chapter, but as for those opposed to Christ, we have only the vague titles of "the Jews" and "the chief priests." Caesar is mentioned briefly, but only in an invocation by the chief Jewish priests. Why all this anonymity? I'm not sure of the reason, but I would like to point out that the anonymity is an indicator of political motivations. If the author of John was Gentile and anti-Semitic, it would have been more effective for him/her to name specific Jews to polarize his audience, in addition to the already negative portrayal of the Jews and chief priests.

"Ecce Homo" By Antonio Cisen
"Ecce Homo" By Antonio Cisen

The fact that he/she does not do this suggests one of two things: 1) he/she did not know the names of those priests and officials involved or 2) he / she was less actively anti-Semitic than he / she could have been, which is an encouraging thought. After Jesus' arrest, He appeared in front of multiple Jewish leaders, who eventually passed him off to the Romans because according to Jewish law, they had "no right to execute anyone" (18:31). Pushing the decision on the Romans, the Jews were using the Romans as a means to execute Jesus, while avoiding the penalty of their own law. Even Pilate, a Roman leader, had trouble punishing an innocent man. He looked toward the people and encouraged them to free Jesus on the basis that he found "no basis for a charge against him" (18:38). This same language was used again in 19:4, when Pilate again clears his conscience by publicly announcing that he finds "no basis for a charge against" Jesus. As Pilate hears that Jesus is the Son of God, he is "afraid" (19:8), and tries to set him free (v. 12). Yet he shows his true alliance to the government as the Jews bring the Roman law into focus by basically calling Pilate disloyal. The fact of the matter remains, Caesar himself had warned Pilate twice that another rebellion and bloodletting in the Jewish community would result in his punishment (Smith). Pilate therefore had a very interesting decision to make. Does he execute a man that some consider to be a prophet? This in itself may cause a rebellion. Or does he defy the Jewish law and set him free? Caiphus and the Jewish community at large would surely be outraged. Either way, Pilate felt deep concern regarding this decision. This is probably the main reason he wished to debate with the chief priests on the nature of Jesus' punishment. Even at this point, Pilate is still uncomfortable with punishing an innocent man, especially the Son of God (see 19:35), and the text concludes Pilate's fight to free Jesus by saying that he "Finally handed Him over," thus showing that it wasn't a willing choice, but one made through time and pressure.(More)

 
 
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