For behold, from now on, all generations will call me blessed. (Luke 1:48)
Of the myriad of changes that have taken place in the Western Church since the dawn of the Reformation, few have been as complete or polarizing as the definitive view of Mary. In fact, one could make the case that Protestants view of Mary is at times more focused on being non-Catholic than it is a true biblical understanding of this amazing woman who was chosen by God to bear His son.So, how should Evangelicals understand, represent and revere Mary? The author encourages retrieval of the five explicit aspects of Mary's calling and ministry:
Is it possible that evangelicals' too frequent silence about Mary is prejudicial to their full relationship with Jesus Christ?
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Timothy George is founding dean of Beeson Divinity School of Samford University, and currently chairs the Doctrine and Christian Unity Commission of the Baptist World Alliance. Author or editor of more than twenty books, and a drafter of the "Manhattan Declaration," George, an ordained minister in the Southern Baptist Convention, has participated in numerous ecumenical initiatives including Evangelicals and Catholics Together and the Center for Catholic and Evangelical Theology.
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