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Father, Son, Holy Ghost -- Mary?

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Posted by Forum Master on March 31, 2001 15:42:54 UTC

I take this to mean one God in several forms. One could say the a real God could take several forms. I see your point though.


To Catholics, Mary is a very significant figure. I am not catholic so I do not pretend to know much about their emphasis on Mary. I have seen some Catholic churchs have a smaller chapel where Mary is the main icon -- almost an "idol."

Many argue there is no Biblical basis on idolizing Mary other than reverance that she is the mother of Jesus. This is one reason for the Reform as I have read it. Reformers (aka Protestants) declare their empasis on God and Jesus (God's son).

This is a very basic statement regarding your question. Please do not use this as solid reference as I am still learning. Think of it as informational friendly chat.


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