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Mary--Another Redeemer? [NOOK Book]

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The New "Mary" Question

Mary--Another Redeemer? explores Roman Catholic teachings about Mary from a biblical and historical perspective. Skilled and knowledgeable author James White traces how the Mary of the Bible--esteemed mother of the Lord, obedient servant and chosen vessel of God--has become the Immaculately Conceived, Bodily Assumed Queen of Heaven, viewed as Co-Mediator with Christ, and now widely recognized as Co-Redeemer by many in ...
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Overview

The New "Mary" Question

Mary--Another Redeemer? explores Roman Catholic teachings about Mary from a biblical and historical perspective. Skilled and knowledgeable author James White traces how the Mary of the Bible--esteemed mother of the Lord, obedient servant and chosen vessel of God--has become the Immaculately Conceived, Bodily Assumed Queen of Heaven, viewed as Co-Mediator with Christ, and now widely recognized as Co-Redeemer by many in the Catholic Church. A calm, even-handed look at the woman the Bible calls "blessed among women"--and an invitation to single-minded devotion to God's truth.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781441213990
  • Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 5/1/1998
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 160
  • File size: 724 KB

Meet the Author

James R. White is the author of several acclaimed books, including The God Who Justifies and The Forgotten Trinity. The director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, he is an accomplished debater of Muslim apologists and an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church. He and his family live in Phoenix, Arizona. Visit www.aomin.org
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2010

    Put Fabio on the cover and sell as fiction.

    James White (pp. 75-76) wrote "the idea of Mary as Coredemptrix or Mediatrix [is] completely absent from the Bible and from the early Church...." Oh? ST. IRENAEUS (c.140-c.202): "[W]ithout Joseph's action, Mary was the only one to cooperate in the economy..." ("Against Heresies" III, 21,5). TERTULLIAN (c.155-after 220): "Eve believed the serpent; Mary believed Gabriel. The fault that Eve introduced by believing, Mary, by believing, erased" ("The Flesh of Christ," 17, 4-5). ST. EPHREM OF SYRIA (c.306-373): "Mary and Eve, two people without guilt, two simple people, were identical. Later, however, one became the cause of our death, the other the cause of our life" (Op. syr. II, 327). ST. CHRYSIPPUS OF JERUSALEM (399-479): "'How does it happen that the instrument which became my helper in the beginning is now opposed to me? A woman brought it about that I should take the human race into tyranny and a woman has thrown me out from tyranny. The ancient Eve exalted me, the new one threw me down.'" ("Oratio in sanctam Mariam Deiparam). And there are many other examples, from St. Paul, St. Ambrose of Milan, St. Augustine of Hippo.

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