Checkmate is a move in chess where the king, which is one of the pieces, is under direct attack (in check) and has no way to remedy its situation with any other play or move away from the threat of immediate capture. Checkmate is the primary objective of a chess game and the game ends with the victory of the player who has managed to put the opponent’s king in checkmate. Continua
- Jesus did not idolatrize religious rituals and traditions, on the contrary, on several occasions he laid them bare for all to see;
- Jesus did not oblige people to go to the temple to find God, on the contrary, it was He who went into the towns and presented His heavenly Father in the squares;
- Jesus did not spur people to seek God through human intermediaries, on the contrary, He pointed directly to heaven to a close, loving and direct relationship with the Creator.
“Post tenebras lux” is a Latin phrase translated as “light after darkness.” These words appear as “Post tenebras spero lucem” or “after darkness I hope in the light” also in the Vulgate version (Latin translation of the Bible from the ancient Greek and Hebrew version) of my guiding star in the Old Testament book of Job chapter 17, verse twelve. Continua