Dialogue on Religion

Three friends engage in thought-provoking discussions about their religious convictions and the factors that led them to believe or not to believe. Who were the authors of the Gospels? What do the Church’s doctrines teach? Are there other writings, apart from the Gospels, that shed light on Jesus? Through a dynamic and engaging dialogue, these subjects are explored with a clear language, allowing to present different points of view. As the three friends passionately exchange their ideas, readers are encouraged to contemplate new perspectives and reflect on their own opinions about faith and religion.

Meet Enrico Degiuli

Enrico Degiuli lives in Verona, Italy. He studied theoretical physics at the University of Trento and holds a master’s degree in applied mathematics from the University of Milano-Bicocca. He worked in the financial industry for 12 years dealing with risk management, stochastic models for derivative pricing and IT banking applications. Since 2017 he has been teaching mathematics and physics in secondary school and writing on his personal blog degiuli.com. His favorite motto is the Latin expression “sapere aude”, which means “dare to know”. It represents the effort to understand the world around us using our own reason and without being influenced by others’ opinion.