At Jesus Feet: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene [Doug Batchelor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Someone to love me. At Jesus’ Feet has ratings and 12 reviews. Ross said: Well, let’s start with the premise. Doug Batchelor’s At Jesus’ Feet is a hybrid narrative/devot. At Jesus’ Feet: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene. Front Cover. Doug Batchelor. Review and Herald Pub Assoc, – Religion – pages.
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In fact, that Mary is from Bethany, not Magdala. Give of yourself to the Master.
There is a passage in John 8 that tells the famous story of Jesus forgiving an Well, let’s start with the premise. Follow Dug Batchelor to get full, unlimited access to all episodes — it’s free! There are major problems with this premise, however.
Lyra Arrabis rated it it was amazing Feb 24, She was a prosperous prostitute, but her life was one sad, sordid story–until she met Someone who loved her with a pure, unconditional love. The overarching theme is that one so humble as Mary – a prostitute who learns to love Jesus – can be exalted to a batchekor role in the salvation story. You can do Feeh of yourself to the Master. The truth about Mary Magdalene: Some simple truths in this book have very deep eoug roots Everyone whom the Lord cleans He commissions.
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Up until I read it. Jan 04, Paula-O rated it really liked it.
I’ve got to say, Batchelor’s argument about what happens after we die was pretty interesting and somewhat convincing. It should be obvious that adultery and prostitution are not the same thing.
At Jesus’ Feet: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene
For instance, the Bible never says Mary Magdalene was a prostitute. Nov 03, Rhonda rated it it was amazing Shelves: He argues against common interpretations of phrases like, “today you will be with me in paradise” misplaced comma or “to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord” perceptually but not literally true.
We cannot be saved without loving God. Three different “final phrases” accounted for in the gospels? The touching story of Mary Magdalene.
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All the saints from Adam to John the Baptist were saved by looking batcheloe in faith to the cross. It is this simple: The man from whom Jesus bqtchelor an army of demons wanted to just stay at His side.
User Review – Flag as inappropriate The premise of this book is false. Mary is never identified as having an exceptional gift of communication, but the Lord chose her to communicate the good news of His resurrection. Batchelor composites some of the Bible’s many Marys and multiple unnamed women into a single, major character.
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Ten timely and faith-transforming presentations! Now playing audio version of this episode. Cindy rated it it was amazing Apr 08, There is a passage in John 8 that tells the famous story of Jesus forgiving an unnamed woman caught in the act of adultery.
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