What You Need to Know About Mary
- But Were Never Taught
- Narrated by: Benjamin Kroger
- Length: 2 hrs and 23 mins
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Now more than ever, every Catholic needs to learn how to defend their mother, the blessed mother. Because now more than ever, the family is under attack and needs its mother.
This audiobook will help you:
- Give a robust defense of the Catholic Church's Marian dogmas using scripture
- Discover the love story, hidden within the whole of scripture, of the father for his daughter, the Holy Spirit for his spouse, and the son for his mother.
This collection of essays will demonstrate through scripture how the Immaculate Conception of Mary was prophesied in Genesis and how the Virgin Mary is the new Eve, the new ark, and the new queen of Israel.
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Exactly! Why wasn't I ever taught this about Mary?
Mind-blowing! A whole new, profound respect for the Blessed Mother and what God did for her: His daughter, His spouse, and His mother.
Extremely interesting material about the Blessed Mother. Some of my favorite topics: the Star of Bethlehem something I never realized, the prophecy of the Immaculate Conception in Genesis, all the different ways Mary is the New Ark.
I guess the best part - I see the Bible in a whole new way, ways. So many Bible stories and images are new now, or I just never saw fully until now. Makes me wonder how deep this goes!
The narration was well done, too - beautiful.
- Simon Hughes
Outstanding knowledge and research
Again the author has applied a considerable amount and depth of knowledge and research that is astonishing. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book and have learnt so much more not only about Mary, the Catholic Church but also wider Christianity and other religions. Fantastic book, thoroughly recommended.