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The Meaning of Mary Magdalene: Discovering the Woman at the Heart of Christianity
     

The Meaning of Mary Magdalene: Discovering the Woman at the Heart of Christianity

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by Cynthia Bourgeault
 

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Mary Magdalene is one of the most influential symbols in the history of Christianity—yet, if you look in the Bible, you’ll find only a handful of verses that speak of her. How did she become such a compelling saint in the face of such paltry evidence? In her effort to answer that question, Cynthia Bourgeault examines the Bible, church tradition, art,

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Meaning of Mary Magdalene 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Sophia_d More than 1 year ago
THE MEANING OF MARY MAGDALENE is a profound and definite cut above all the other Magdalene tomes currently on the bookshelves. This powerful book puts the beauty of Mary Magdalene's message and the energy of divine love into an entirely new perspective. Rather than hypothesizing and rehashing clichéd and useless questions, Cynthia Bourgeault gets to the core and true essence of Mary Magdalene's loving presence. The Meaning Of Mary Magdalene is intuitively accurate and incredible. Beyond hype, beyond cliché, and above the asking of all those questions that don't really matter (such as the bloodline issue), The Meaning Of Mary Magdalene truly captures the essence and energy of Miriamne and the beloved relationship we can still feel vibrating through our very core--if we allow that spiritual download to energize and enlighten us. It's a relief to finally read an inspired author who truly understands. Thank you, Cynthia, for such a beautiful and clarifying work.
Truth-SearcherHM More than 1 year ago
This is a book I could not put down. I was afraid, before reading it, that it might be another Dan Brown take on Mary Magdalene, but that is not the case at all. The author has done lots of research and makes a really plausible case for the beauty and necessity of the feminine as well as the masculine in the realization of our human potential. Well worth the read!
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I'd also like to recommend "When God Stopped Keeping Score" by R.A. Clark. It's revealing look at the power of forgiveness. If you ever felt trapped by anger, guilt, resentment and/or pain, then this book is for you.