Florence is a lawyer who defends a man’s just cause. The characters in the Scriptures are presented only by their first name, not by their last name. To avoid homonyms, we have other first names, like Emmanuel for Jesus. Joseph is his third name. He represents the person betrayed by his own family, brought low to the ground, but who will be propelled to the top, thanks to his loyalty. Joseph next to her first name represents the fact that she is searching for her family around the world through her work.
“The Love of Christ and His Justice: the Advocacy”, between thriller and allegorical poetry.
Title: Many books talk about God’s love or just love, but how many like to talk about God’s love and justice? God’s love and justice are inseparable, it is loyal love. Love without His justice (His 10 commandments) is a “love” without faith or law, where usurpation, threat, blackmail, magic, etc. reign.
Loyal love is free; the rebellious bird – If you don’t love me, I love you, beware! (Carmen) – claims to be untamed, while it is caged. Free thinkers speak of freedom denying the humility of slavery through sin. Loyalty symbolizes the dove, it spreads its wings and lyrical flights.
What is the work about? About a marriage. It is a concrete case where “love and justice marry”. She will harness 6 battle horses (the 7th white horse being ridden by the King of kings) to bring the carriage to this true union:
- literature is allegorical poetry,
- aviation, it is an ascensional epic which will teach him not to fly by sight, to what his vision can see, but to instruments,
- theology for the mastery of the sword, the Word, quoting the appropriate verses as one would quote an authoritative article of law,
- the law, it is a thriller in a palace where battles are fought as “pot of earth against the pot of iron”, including the protection of children,
- singing, the “soprano” of the bar warns the king in a plea to keep his crown of blessings coveted by his court,
- and the painting, it is a royal portrait.
What is the writing style? Mise en abyme, a literary device borrowed from painting, an embedding of a story (painting) in other stories (paintings).
The story will take shape through the biblical characters to express itself freely and in a way that is not centered on our states of mind, but Christocentric.
Themes addressed: Psychological portraiture, devaluation of talents (in germ or in bloom) that false humility and jealousy would like to wither, Christianophobia, witchcraft, freemasonry, protection of abused children, selfless love.