indifferenza-divinaThe divine Indifference

I never really understood religion. I finally understood something of it after reading your book, The divine Indifference. Thank you.

Avanzi Maria


I would consider Mr.Sgambelluris book, The divine Indifference, a real masterpiece. He goes through Christian religion showing, in a simple language and a clear style, its so many expedients to stay alive along the centuries. More. MrSgambelluris work could be read as a suspense.

He explains how religion is not different from any other historical event, like cosmology, evolution, biology, anthropology, history, science, philosophy, psychology, art, literature, poetry and many other topics.

If anybody still has doubts about his own faith, he should read The divine Indifference: his doubts, at the end of the reading, will vanish completely.

Luigi Cascioli


It would be reductive to consider this book just unconventional, outrageous, brave or angry. The divine Indifference is a lot more. Its difficult to place it in a certain literary genre: not a novel nor an essay. Its not only an historical and philosophical study but a lot more. Only with reason and love for knowledge the author approaches the catholic culture making use of a big and reliable bibliography using clear and pitiless dialectics. It is not always necessary to agree with him and be influenced by him because that is not his purpose. The reader can easily discover page after page that nothing is believable only because it is imposed or accepted unconditionally but everything can be questioned with the help of reason. After reading it I firmly believe that you can hate or love this literary work but you can surely not feel indifferent.

Anna Campese
teacher and poet


My name is Patrizio Lampariello. I recently bought your book, The divine Indifference. I read it in a short time because it is fascinating and hits you personally. The reader can identify himself with Mr. Rossi.

Thestyle is clear and fluent, the author uses convincing and clarifying topics that turn this book into a landmark to everyone that wants to comprehend the manipulating character of the most powerful long-lived political institution in history. Catholic Church however manipulates the mind of over a billion people.

I advise everybody to read this book which broaches every single question related to the transcendent that we alwayswanted to ask but we were always denied.

Christian religion feeds on our mental health and it is a real obsessive universal neurosis; just like Freud had understood. Sometimes ago I unchristianized myself; I didnt wont church to count on me. Ill never be a sheep of its flock again. All this changed the opinion of my family and co-workers had of me. But it was worth it, you can believe me!

Like Nietzsche wrote: You lost yourselves so you looked for me. Now I demand you lose me to find yourselves.We can receive the message and be given back our dignity as human beings with a mind and common sense.

Thanks again.
Patrizio Lampariello