Here's a new "gospel" two voices for our end of the century. Albert Jacquard, rationalist, has been established for some years, a fruitful dialogue with religion. Shown here that the legacy of Francis of Assisi may bear fruit in us, whether Christian or not. As Jesus in his time, Francis is one of the inspired men felt "concerned about the poor." He preached the renunciation of material goods and power, sang solidarity of man and the universe, set the example, in the era of the Crusades, the hand extended to Islam.En a time of exclusion, deepening poverty and unemployment, abandonment of the poorest countries by rich countries, contempt for nature and life, the man of God, re-read by the scientist, speaks with a powerful voice might well be the prophecy.