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    Mary Magdalene, sometimes called Mary of Magdala, or simply the Magdalene or the Madeleine, was a woman who, according to the four canonical gospels, traveled with Jesus as one of his followers and was a witness to his crucifixion and its aftermath.

    • pre-Congregation
    • Western: alabaster box of ointment, Eastern: container of ointment (as a myrrhbearer), or holding a red egg (symbol of the resurrection); embracing the feet of Christ after the Resurrection
  5. Mary Magdalene - Facts, Bible & Life - Biography

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    Nov 30, 2020 · Mary Magdalene was a pivotal New Testament biblical figure whose role in Christianity's development continues to be discussed and debated.

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    St. Mary Magdalene, also called Mary of Magdala, (flourished 1st century ce, Palestine; feast day July 22), one of Jesus’ most celebrated disciples, famous, according to Mark 16:9–10 and John 20:14–17, for being the first person to see the resurrected Christ.

  8. Who Was Mary Magdalene? | History | Smithsonian Magazine

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    Mary Magdalene has been represented in many different ways throughout history, especially during the Baroque and Renaissance periods. Painted by French Baroque painter Georges de La Tour Magdalen ...

  9. Mary Magdalene Biography, Life, Interesting Facts

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    • The Controversial Figure
    • A Disciple of Jesus Christ
    • Later Life
    • The Gnostic Gospels
    • Sainthood
    • Conclusion

    It’s believed that Mary Magdalene was the immoral Jewish woman who washed the feet of Jesus with her tears, dried them with her hair and opened an alabaster box to oil his feet. This is according to the scriptures in John12:3, and John11:1-2. Jesus forgives her sins and tells her that her faith had healed her. Mary is perceived to have been a prostitute because she was a city-bred woman though there is no history that confirms that she was a prostitute. This school of thought has been dismissed as the said prostitute was not mentioned by name in any canonical gospel. In the book of Luke 8:2,Maryhad seven demons cast out of her. This passage confirms her by name, so the promiscuity debate is unfounded. The demon possessed woman could not have been able to attract men for sexual favors. Mary the native of Magdala was a well-known figure who supported Jesus and his disciples well before the anointing scene happened.

    Mary Magdalene followed Jesus although his ministry and was seen to be very close to Jesus, causing tension amongst the male disciples. Mary Magdalenewas able to support the ministry of Christ despite the fact that she was a single woman. This shows that she was a well to do woman. The gospels place Mary Magdalene at Golgotha during his crucifixion. She was accompanied by Mary the mother of Jesus. One needs to note that when Jesus was arrested, all his male disciples save for Simeon Peter followed him. Even Peter kept a safe distance. The gospels names Mary Magdalene who was there to witness the painful death of her Lord. Only a true devotee could risk that much. On the day of resurrection of Jesus, the Bible names Mary Magdalene as one of the women who met the angels at the empty tomb. She was again the first to meet Jesus after his resurrection. Mary Magdalenewas the bearer of the good news to the disciples who were holed up in Jerusalem. During the ascension of Jesus, Mary Magdal...

    Like in her early life, the Bible does not record her life after the ascending of Jesus. Theologians believe she followed Mary the mother of Jesus to turkey where the two stayed at the house of John the apostle.

    Gnostic gospels are manuscripts believed to have been recorded by some of the early disciples. They were not canonized into the Bible for their lack of spiritual inspiration. In this category are the gospels of Thomas, Philip, Mary, and even Lazarus. In most of the Gnostic gospels,Mary Magdalene is depicted as an immoral woman who seduced and had a sexual relationship with Jesus. In the gospel of Phillip, Mary Magdalene is said to have been the wife of Jesus.

    The Roman Catholic Church depicts Mary Magdalene as a repentant sinner. She is the immoral woman whose sins were forgiven after an act of repentance. She has been elevated to the position of a saint in the eyes of the church devotees. Her character is thus to be emulated by all. While encouraging the flock to emulate her character is good, one major point is missed. The real persona of Mary Magdalene was that of the demon-possessed woman and not the sexually immoral.

    The controversial debate surroundingMary Magdaleneis shrouded in the early infightings between the western and the eastern churches. When the dispersion of the Christians started in the Asia Minor region, most people had their own versions of the gospels to attract followers in their congregations. As the infighting continued, the original version of the teachings started to be interpreted to suit the congregational needs. Thus the small fragmented churches mushroomed. With this came the misinterpreted versions of the gospels. Some other churches went ahead to embrace the Gnostic gospels and the Apocalyptic teachings.

  10. Mary Magdalene Biography | Biography Online

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    Mary Magdalene is mentioned four times in the Gospels as a close devotee of Jesus Christ. She was with Jesus during the crucifixion and the first person to see Jesus after the resurrection. Due to a sermon by Pope Gregory the Great in the sixth century, she developed a reputation for being a prostitute and […]

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