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Mary-Another
Mary-Another

Mary-Another Redeemer?

Product ID : 17275544
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Galleon Product ID 17275544
UPC / ISBN 0764221027
Shipping Weight 0.42 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Brand: Bethany House Publishers
Shipping Dimension 7.6 x 5.28 x 0.43 inches
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Author James R. White
Brand Brand: Bethany House Publishers
Edition First Edition
Number Of Pages 158
Publication Date 1998-07-01
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About Mary-Another

Product Description The New "Mary" Question Millions of petitioners from around the world are imploring Pope John Paul II to recognize the Virgin Mary as "Co-Redeemer" with Christ, elevating the topic of Roman Catholic views of Mary to national headlines and widespread discussion. Mary Another Redeemer? sidesteps hostile rhetoric and cites directly from Roman Catholic sources to explore this volatile topic. It traces how 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 recognized as Co-Redeemer by many in the Roman Catholic Church. Mary Another Redeemer? is fresh insight into the woman the Bible calls "blessed among women," and an invitation to single-minded devotion to God's truth. About the Author James R. White is the author of the popular The King James Only Controversy, The Roman Catholic Controversy, and Grieving: God's Path Back to Peace. He is the director of ministries for Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics ministry, and scholar-in-residence at Grand Canyon University. He holds an M.A. from Fuller Theological Seminary. He and his wife have two children and live in Arizona.