Blog Posts - Mary Magdalene



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The Resurrection of Christ John 20 King James Version (KJV) The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulchre. Then she runneth, and cometh to Simon Pete...

20th century reading reveals super-secret details of the life of an allegorical novella

By now, you’ve read that Simcha Jacobovici  and Barrie Wilson are publishing a new book along with a new documentary proving that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married and had two sons. This was expected, as this book has been on the “on...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Nov 10, 2014

Mary Magdalene, A Portrait of Devotion

Mary Magdalene appreciated Jesus Christ immensely. Through His miraculous power He freed her from seven torturous demons¹. Surely being tormented by one or two demons would be maddening, but seven! Undoubtedly her life was virtually unbearable. Some...
by The Lady in Black on Feb 4, 2014

My OCR Latest: Listen Up to PASTRIX!

To focus solely on those externals is missing the point. Bolz-Weber has a bold and unmistakable voice, preaching the Gospel of Grace in a way the world needs to hear. And we might not listen if her appearance, vocabulary, and backstory were more neat...
by The Dude Abides on Nov 2, 2013

Relics

Medieval crusaders returning from Palestine and Constantinople brought with them a treasure trove of “relics”—sacred objects from the Holy Land. All Europe was astir, bishop vying with bishop, church competing with church, to acquire and displa...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 13, 2013

Mary’s search for Jesus was in vain, for she was looking for a corpse

Christ "after the flesh" was crucified. Knowing Him in that way results in a corpse vainly searching for another corpse. Mary searched in her flesh and knew not the Resurrected Christ. When her tears were drained, and she was at the end of herself, s...
by Loving the Mud on Mar 28, 2013

Lenten Self Reflection & Evaluation

The season of Lent has once again come round-the annual designated time by and in many  Christian traditions as a time set aside for self abnegation and concentration on the sufferings and death of Jesus Christ which the majority of Christians b...
by (G)nostic Nunnery on Feb 14, 2013

Smell. Sip. Sacrament.

Of all the exotic aromas and experiences from my sojourn in Ethiopia, it’s the frankincense I miss most. Not the puffs of smoke emanating from a thurible swung by priest walking the center aisle or blessing a high altar. What I miss is an even mor...
by The Dude Abides on Nov 14, 2012

Relics

Medieval crusaders returning from Palestine and Constantinople brought with them a treasure trove of “relics”—sacred objects from the Holy Land. All Europe was astir, bishop vying with bishop, church competing with church, to acquire and displa...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 13, 2012

Misidentified Mary

Mary Magdelene is one of the most misinterpreted individuals in Scripture. She’s been called a prostitute, and she’s been confused with the woman who shed tears on Jesus’ feet.   I can understand the confusion…..there were several M...
by Got Bible? on Jul 26, 2012

Weekly Roundup: 18/05/12

In no particular order, here’s some of my highlights for this week. Please note that I am not responsible for the content of external websites and that I may not necessarily agree with all positions represented in the following links: In a Mirr...
by DeanRoberts.Net on May 18, 2012

The Empty Tomb!

John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. He died for You and Me….. One Solitary Life Here is a man … Continue reading →...

The Empty Tomb!

John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. He died for You and Me….. One Solitary Life Here is a man … Continue reading →...

April 8, 2012 (Sunday) - John 20:1-9

“The Empty Tomb” Mary Magdalene at the Tomb (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Early on Sunday morning, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been taken away from the entrance. She went running to Simon P...
by Our Daily Gospel on Apr 7, 2012

April 7, 2012 (Saturday) - Mark 16:1-7

“The Resurrection” Appearance of Jesus to Mary Magdalene after resurrection, Alexander Ivanov, 1835 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) After the Sabbath was over, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices to go and anoint the...
by Our Daily Gospel on Apr 6, 2012

If There Were No Resurrection…

Can you imagine what it would have meant if Jesus Christ had not risen from the dead?  There would be some very important things that we would never know. For instance… Was He actually the Son of God, or just another man? Was His death suffici...
by Living in the Reign on Apr 5, 2012

If There Were No Resurrection…

Can you imagine what it would have meant if Jesus Christ had not risen from the dead?  There would be some very important things that we would never know. For instance… Was He actually the Son of God, or just another man? Was His death suffici...
by Living in the Reign on Apr 5, 2012

The Resurrection of Jesus: what it’s about in less than like, I dunno, two pages.

Easter Sunday is all about the resurrection of Jesus.  Christians believe that Jesus died on the cross, was buried, and then three days later was resurrected.  Why is this important?  How can Christians believe that Jesus actually came back to lif...
by The facets of life on Apr 4, 2012

The Resurrection of Jesus: what it’s about in less than like, I dunno, two pages.

Easter Sunday is all about the resurrection of Jesus.  Christians believe that Jesus died on the cross, was buried, and then three days later was resurrected.  Why is this important?  How can Christians believe that Jesus actually came back to lif...
by The facets of life on Apr 4, 2012

The Secret Gospel of Mary Magdalene

The following are quotes from The Secret Gospel of mary magdalene which can be found at the Sophia Fellowship Online Community. The Introduction states:Recorded by Tau Malachi Eben Ha-ElijahThis 'Gospel of Mary' is composed of selected sayings attri...
by (G)nostic Nunnery on Mar 26, 2012


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