Are Catholic teachings on Mary really biblical? Or are they the "traditions of men"? Should she be called the "Mother of God," or just the mother of Jesus? Did she actually remain a virgin her whole life or do the "brothers of Jesus" refer to her other children? By praying to Mary, are Catholics worshipping her? And what does Mary have to do with the quest to understand Jesus?
In Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Mary, Dr. Pitre takes readers step-by-step from the Garden of Eden to the Book of Revelation to reveal how deeply biblical Catholic beliefs about Mary really are. Dr. Pitre uses the Old Testament and Ancient Judaism to unlock how the Bible itself teaches that Mary is in fact the new Eve, the Mother of God, the Queen of Heaven and Earth, and the new Ark of the Covenant.
Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: Image (October 30, 2018)
This book, not unlike other books written by Dr. Pitre, covers topics I'm familiar with but examined from different perspectives with added new insights and facts. Again, the author appeals to Christianity's Jewish roots to conclusively support Catholic teachings and devotions. He shows how easily the Bible can be misunderstood and misinterpreted when the Scriptures aren't taken in a Jewish context. This book is a must read not only for Protestants who object to Catholic Marian teachings, but also for Catholics to better understand and appreciate the treasures of their faith. I look forward to reading Dr. Pitre's next book.
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I could not wait to read this book! I was not disappointed; I had attended a bible study which made many references to this book. I thought how could they not have the book on hand? I am delighted to say this book is a keepsake, to be read over and over. I've already marked my favorite lines.
This book is a wonderful supplement to Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Mary. It gives an indepth insight into Mary and her role in Salvation History.