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People of the New Testament, Book V: The Primary
People of the New Testament, Book V: The Primary

People of the New Testament, Book V: The Primary Holy Women, Major Female Disciples and Relations of Jesus, Minor Disciples & Others (New Light on the Visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich) (Volume 7)

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Galleon Product ID 35540202
UPC / ISBN 1621383733
Shipping Weight 1.05 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Number Of Pages 274
Publication Date 2018-06-02
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About People Of The New Testament, Book V: The Primary

People of the New Testament (V) is the seventh volume of the long-awaited “New Light on the Visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich” series, and is specifically devoted to the many women disciples and supporters of Jesus, many unknown to history. An initial overview sets the stage regarding the primary holy women, who are presented in detail in the second part. Among these are: Mary Heli (elder sister of the Virgin Mary), Mary Cleophas (mother, or stepmother, to five of the apostles), Mary Salome (mother of John and James the Greater), Martha and her sister Mary Magdalene, Maroni (the widow of Nain), Veronica, Susanna and Salome, Mary Mark, Dinah (the Samaritan woman), and Mara the Suphanite. There follows an study of the holy women present at Christ’s death and resurrection. The third, fourth, and fifth parts present other major and minor women disciples of Jesus, as well as his female relations. Among these are Enue (the woman cured of a flow of blood), Lea, Mary of Hebron, the Syrophoenician woman, Naomi of the Temple (aunt of Lazarus), Salome of Capernaum (whom Jesus raised). Perhaps most fascinating of all is Silent Mary, an historically unknown sister of Lazarus, Martha, and Magdalene, with whom Jesus communes immediately before his baptism. This series supplements an earlier Angelico publication: The Visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich, Books I–III. In 2009 the original notes of Anne Catherine’s visions (in 38 notebooks) became for the first time available for reference, and the present series incorporates much new material translated therefrom. With regard to both individuals and themes, every reference thus far located in the notes and in prior translations have been woven together, so the reader can find in one place almost all of what Anne Catherine had to say on each topic. As regards the series as a whole, virtually every individual in the biblical visions (approximately 250 in total) is referenced in the five People of the N