Philosophy and religion
Job, by Bible (500BC)
A timeless exploration of the meaning of suffering and one of the most poetic books of the Bible.
Ecclesiastes, by Bible (300BC)
A sombre Biblical reflection on the futility of much of our striving under the sun.
The Gospel according to Mark, by Bible (40)
The first of the four eyewitness accounts of the life of Jesus Christ.
Pensées, by Blaise Pascal (1669)
Classic reflections on the truth and meaning of Christianity.
Orthodoxy, by G.K. Chesterton (1908)
A highly original approach to Christianity in GKC’s rollicking paradoxes.
The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis (1942) Cartas del diablo a su sobrino (en castellano)
Letters from a senior demon, Screwtape, to his nephew, a junior “tempter” named Wormwood, on how to drag souls to hell. Surprisingly shrewd and entertaining.
Fundamentos de Antropología, de Ricardo Yepes (1998) Eunsa, 2.ª edición.
Un manual excelente para conocer el ser humano.
Varón y mujer. Teología del cuerpo de Wojtyla (1995) Palabra