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“This book by Margaret Starbird will raise new questions, challenge preconceived ideas, and spark controversy. In the twenty-first century, Christianity needs to reclaim the divine feminine at its heart and celebrate the partnership that Jesus lived, especially with Mary of Magdala.”
"Margaret Starbird has done it again! Her new book will raise new questions, challenge preconceived ideas, and spark controversy, as did her first book."
"Margaret Starbird has turned her courageous spiritual journey into a corageous book that will comfort some and challenge many."
"Margaret Starbird's work is of particular interest to me because it fuses the diverse fields of symbolism, mythology, art, heraldry, psychology, and gospel history. Her research opens doors for each of us to further explore the rich iconography of our own spiritual history."
Posted May 3, 2000
Starbird does what Ken Agori did in Defenders of the Holy Grail, shows that women are at the center of spirit, alongside men, and should not be banished by hysteria and lies!!
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Posted January 11, 2014
The Catholic Church venereates, Mary, the mother of Jesus, to serve as a "mother-godess" for worship from the pagan past just as this author uses Mary Magdalene as a godess to degrade the Jewish/Christan/Islamic belief in one God; the most important of the Commandments. It is an attempt to issue a gender identity upon God to further the Cult of Lillith and force it's acceptance by Christianity.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.