Starting from a long-ago recognized connection with Euripides’ Bacchae 795 in the third report of Paul’s conversion (Acts 26,14), the author presents more passages, where both for situation and terms can be on good grounds traced an imprint of the tragedy. Bacchae was a school text, which Paul evidently knew during his Greek education. The affinity between the new faith and Dionysian religion laid probably in the idea that life is invincible, this being a truth that overruns human mind.
- fuoco dal cielo
- poteri paranormali