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Did they have a kid which united the two regal groups of Israel? ... It is polytheistic, as Greco-Roman agnosticism. Yet the divine beings (called
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Mary Magdalene History and Hype Robert C. Newman

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Mary Magdalene A lot of interest as of late… … quite a bit of this produced by Dan Brown\'s Da Vinci Code. Was Mary truly hitched to Jesus? Did they have a kid which joined the two imperial groups of Israel? What do we truly think about Mary Magdalene?

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What do we truly think about Mary Magdalene? A study and assessment of our sources

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Mary Magdalene in the Four Gospels What do they let us know?

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The Four Gospels All were composed in the main century AD, while observers still lived. We have original copies of these from before AD 200. Matthew might be as ahead of schedule as 50-55. Luke might be from around 58-60. Imprint was most likely in mid-60s. John was composed around 90.

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Mary Introduced Luke 8:1-3 (NIV) After this, Jesus went about starting with one town and town then onto the next, announcing the uplifting news of the kingdom of God. The Twelve were with him, 2 furthermore a few ladies who had been cured of fiendishness spirits and infections: Mary (called Magdalene) from whom seven devils had turned out; 3 Joanna the spouse of Cuza, the chief of Herod\'s family unit; Susanna; and numerous others. These ladies were supporting them out of their own methods.

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Mary Introduced Mary is one of the ladies (3 named, in addition to others) who voyaged w/Jesus and the missionaries, helping monetarily. Some of these ladies had been cured by Jesus. Mary had been saved from seven evil presences.

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Mary at the Crucifixion Mark 15:40-41 (NIV) Some ladies were viewing from a separation. Among them were Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James the more youthful and of Joses, and Salome. 41 In Galilee these ladies had tailed him and administered to his needs. Numerous other ladies who had concocted him to Jerusalem were additionally there.

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Mary at the Crucifixion Mary M was one of the "many women" present at Jesus\' torturous killing "watching from a distance." They had taken after Jesus from Galilee "to tend to his needs." John lets us know that eventually Mary M was with Jesus\' mom and other ladies "near the cross."

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Mary at the Crucifixion John 19:25 (NIV) Near the cross of Jesus stood his mom, his mom\'s sister, Mary the spouse of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene.

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Mary at the Burial Matt 27:57-61 (NIV) As night drew closer, there came a rich man from Arimathea, named Joseph, who had himself turned into a supporter of Jesus. 58 Going to Pilate, he requested Jesus\' body, and Pilate requested that it be given to him. 59 Joseph took the body, wrapped it in a spotless material fabric, 60 and put it in his own particular new tomb that he had removed of the stone. He rolled a major stone before the passage to the tomb and left. 61 Mary Magdalene and the other Mary were staying there inverse the tomb.

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Mary at the Burial Matthew specifies that Mary M and "the other Mary" sat inverse the tomb as Jesus was being covered. They saw where Jesus body was covered and where the tomb was found.

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Mary at the Empty Tomb Mary M was among the ladies who purchased flavors after the Sabbath finished (Mark 16:1). They came to bless Jesus\' body the following morning (Matt 28:1; Luke 24:1-10).

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Mary at the Empty Tomb Mark 16:1 (NIV) When the Sabbath was over, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome purchased flavors so they may go to bless Jesus\' body. Matt 28:1 (NIV) After the Sabbath, at day break on the primary day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to take a gander at the tomb.

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Mary\'s Report John includes some extra detail. Mary kept running off to discover Peter & John to let them know that Jesus\' body had been taken from the tomb. This was clearly before the heavenly attendants seemed to tell the ladies of Jesus\' revival.

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Mary\'s Report John 20:1-2 (NIV) Early on the main day of the week, while it was still dull, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been expelled from the passage. 2 So she came rushing to Simon Peter and the other pupil, the one Jesus adored, and said, "They have removed the Lord from the tomb, and we don\'t know where they have put him!"

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Jesus appears to Mary John 20:10-16 (NIV) Then the devotees did a reversal to their homes, 11 however Mary remained outside the tomb crying. As she sobbed, she twisted around to investigate the tomb 12 and saw two heavenly attendants in white, situated where Jesus\' body had been, one at the head and the other at the foot… 14 At this, she pivoted and saw Jesus remaining there, yet she didn\'t understand that it was Jesus. 15 "Woman," he said, "why would you say you are crying? Who is it you are looking for?" Thinking he was the nursery worker, she said, "Sir, on the off chance that you have diverted him, let me know where you have put him, and I will get him." 16 Jesus said to her, "Mary." She moved in the direction of him and shouted out in Aramaic, "Rabboni!" (which implies Teacher).

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Jesus appears to Mary M later came back to the tomb. There Jesus appeared to her. This was maybe his first appearance to any of his supporters after his restoration (see Mark 16:9).

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Mary Afterwards Mary was likely present "along with the ladies and Mary the mother of Jesus" in Jerusalem after Jesus\' rising (Acts 1:12-14). Else, we hear no a greater amount of her in the New Testament. This is valid for various individuals who appear in the Gospels, including Jesus\' mom.

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Some Speculations from Gospel Information various mediators have recognized Mary M with ladies said somewhere else in the Gospels.

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Is She Mary of Bethany? Some have distinguished her with the sister of Martha and Lazarus. This Mary listened to Jesus while her sister was setting up a feast (Luke 10:38-42). Her sibling was raised from the dead by Jesus (John 11:1-46). She blessed Jesus (John 12:1-3).

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Is She the Sinner of Luke 7? A lady distinguished just as a "sinner" additionally blessed Jesus\' feet (likely at Capernaum) prior in Jesus\' service (Luke 7:36-50). Some have guaranteed this is Mary Magdalene. This appears to be improbable, given that Mary M is initially presented in Luke 8.

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Is She the Woman Caught in Adultery? Others have recognized Mary M with the lady taken in infidelity, depicted in John 7:53-8:11. In spite of the fact that this episode is not in the most punctual original copies of John, it is by and large thought to have truly happened. This is the means by which Mary M comes to be envisioned as a whore.

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Some Speculations In the Greek Church, these ladies were for the most part seen as independent individuals. In the Roman Church, they had a tendency to be lumped together as one individual. It is incomprehensible at this separation no doubt, however it appears to be improbable that Mary Magdalene is Mary of Bethany or the "sinner" of Luke 7.

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Some Speculations As James Kiefer calls attention to: A large number of minor characters show up quickly in the gospel stories… There is a characteristic inclination for the creative ability to attempt to clean things up by recognizing some of them, so that (for instance) the centurion who at the execution said, "Truly this was the Son of God" is recommended to be the same centurion whose worker was mended at Capernaum. In any case, genuine is not generally clean…

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Later Stories about Mary in the Ancient Church See J. B. Leader, "Mary," in the Hastings\' Dictionary of the Bible

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Eastern Church Tradition Mary took after the missionary John to Ephesus, where she kicked the bucket. Modestus (~625) says she was a virgin for the duration of her life, and that she was martyred. Her relics were later exchanged to Constantinople by the head Leo 6 (ruled 886-912).

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Western Church Tradition Mary M had a place with a rich family with homes at Magdala & Bethany. She wandered off & enticed others, however was spared by Jesus. In the abuse over Stephen, she and some others were set loose in a pontoon on the Mediterranean. Without paddle or sail, they achieved Marseilles, France.

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Western Church Tradition In Marseilles, through lecturing and marvels, the agnostics were spared. Lazarus turned into their first religious administrator. Mary went off to the wild and carried on with a devout life for a long time. She was conveyed up to paradise by heavenly attendants. Her relics (!) are revered at Aix.

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Gnostic Materials about Mary Magdalene The Gospel of Mary Magdalene The Gospel of Philip Other Gnostic Materials

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What is Gnosticism? A religion rivaling conventional Christianity, made out of both agnostic and Christian components. It is polytheistic, similar to Greco-Roman agnosticism. However the divine beings (called "aeons") have names acquired from Christianity.

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Proarche Ennoea Nous Aletheia Logos Zoe Anthropos Ecclesia Paracletus Pistis Elpis Agape Ainos Sophia Christ Holy Spirit The Gnostic Gods, or Eons

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What is Gnosticism? It sees creation as a blend of good and awful from the earliest starting point, being made by a lesser and rather oblivious god. Matter has a tendency to be seen as detestable or sub-par, soul as great or predominant. It sees people starting 3 distinct sorts: matter, soul, or soul individuals.

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What is Gnosticism? For Gnosticism, salvation is flexibility from this universe of matter, instead of opportunity from transgression. Salvation is ordinarily by mystery learning, as opposed to by confidence. One needs to know how to escape from the jail of this world at death.

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What is Gnosticism? Gnosticism tended to go after Christians (rather like cutting edge religions) by: Claiming to go past Christianity Having mystery books of their own Adding mystery ceremonies Apparently including sexual customs Let\'s take a gander at two Gnostic Gospels.

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The Gospel of Mary Name alludes to Mary Magdalene instead of Jesus\' mom. Known from a 5 th century interpretation into Coptic, in addition to 2 sections in Greek from the 3 rd century. Here Mary is imagined as close

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