Do Whatever He Tells You

November 2009
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov2009, Issue 197, p49
The article reflects on the Christian faith and life of the Blessed Virgin Mary as stated by the Evangelicals and Catholics. It considers the miracle of the virgin birth noting that as the mother of Jesus, Mary was the first to show her faith with the words "Let it be with me according to your word." It offers a visualization of Mary teaching Jesus Christ of everything that pertains to his human nature. Also discussed are issues relating to Mary applying the principles of Scriptural sufficiency which include Perpetual Virginity and Immaculate Conception.


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