Mary: The Complete Resource

Editat de Dr. Sarah Jane Boss
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To understand the cult of the Virgin Mary is to understand the Christian religion. The Virgin Mary is a ubiquitous but enigmatic presence in Christian history and culture. This book offers readers knowledge about the history, and contemporary practice of the cult of the Virgin Mary.
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ISBN-13: 9780826427588
ISBN-10: 0826427588
Pagini: 616
Ilustrații: 30
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 31 mm
Greutate: 0.85 kg
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția Burns & Oates
Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


Introduction1. The Word Made Flesh2. Mother of God: Heaven on Earth3. Materia Prima4. Maria Creatrix5. Holy Wisdom6. The Immaculate Conception


"....fascinating and beautifully if densely written book....Her book is notable for its combination of the practical and the devotional with a remarkable learning which ranges over the whole tradition, and which is infused with the poetry that naturally belongs to the subject itself.." --Theology
"Sarah Jane Boss believes that the present 'culture of Godless animosity toward nature' is the result of Christianity's capitulation to modernism, with its exaltation of the individual and alienation of humanity from the rest of the natural world. She suggests that the reason for this situation is that Christianity lost its sense of Mary, and her response is to construct a 'green mariology' focused on Mary as Mother of God and consequently Queen of Heaven."- Mary Anne Foley, Catholic Books Review, January 2006