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cult of the Virgin

Catholic Mariology and the apparitions of Mary

by Elliot Miller

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Published by Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Theology.,
  • Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Apparitions and miracles.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-182) and indexes.

    StatementElliot Miller and Kenneth R. Samples ; foreword by Norman Geisler ; response by Mitchell Pacwa.
    SeriesCRI books
    ContributionsSamples, Kenneth R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT613 .M56 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination188 p. :
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1703201M
    ISBN 100801062918
    LC Control Number92004273

      The Cult of Mary Author: but as a deity unto herself. However, Christianity dodges the issue of Mary as a Goddess by referring to a sacred book that one must accept as an article of faith. In point of fact, the veneration, or more adequately, the cult of Mary cannot be fully examined through the lens of Christianity alone. As The Virgin. Why is Mary both "Virgin" and "Mother" simultaneously? Why has the Marian cult always been stronger in certain geographical areas than in others? The first half of the book presents a psychoanalytic explanation for the most salient facts about the Marian cult and the second addresses the question of Marian s: 1.

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The Cult of the Virgin book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Under John Paul II, reverence for the Virgin Mary has intensified. /5(6). The Cult of the Virgin in the Fourth Century: A Fresh Look at Some Old and New Sources by Stephen Shoemaker.

With this essay, we seem to be moving into the world of history, somewhat. This essay discusses whether the full-fledged Marian cult can be laid at the feet of Pulcheria, heir to Theodosius II, who supported her claim to the throne by emphasizing her own virginity as an analogy to the Blessed /5(3).

The Cult of the Virgin: Catholic Mariology and the Apparitions of Mary (Cri Books). The cult of the Virgin Mary is associated by most medievalists with the twelfth and succeeding centuries.

This book, however, provides a wide-ranging exploration of /5. But “ALONE OF ALL HER SEX” is not a book easily completed. It is a mammoth, inspirational, exceedingly detailed portrait of a woman named Mary, inspiration for some of the world’s greatest paintings, iconic symbol of Christian religion, mother of Jesus himself, a woman who represents an ongoing cult lasting 2, years.4/5.

I really, really enjoyed reading this book. It is an investigation into the origins of the cult of the Virgin Mary in Catholicism. It pays special attention to the scriptural justification (or lack thereof), the emergence of the cult in the first centuries of the Church, and what psychological and spiritual motivations are at play in both the emergence of the cult of the Virgin Mary and its /5.

The cult of the Virgin Mary: psychological origins by Carroll, Michael P., Publication date Topics Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint, Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint Publisher Internet Archive Books.

Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Origins of the Cult of the Virgin Mary. Although Mary was venerated since the days of Jesus, it was during the Middle Ages that a cult developed.

This is probably one of the better books available regarding the phenomenon of the numerous apparitions of black virgins throughout the world. Ean Begg gives a solid background connecting the cult of the Black Madonna to ancient traditions and by: The first half of the book presents a psychoanalytic explanation for the most salient facts about the Marian cult and the second addresses the question of Marian apparitions.

"The contention is made that at the root of the Marian cult is the poverty-created father-ineffective family, a family structure in which Oedipal desires in both sons and.

Marian devotions are external pious practices directed to the person of Mary, mother of Jesus, by members of certain Christian traditions.

They are performed in Catholicism, High Church Lutheranism, Anglo-Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy and Oriental Orthodoxy, but generally rejected in other Christian denominations.

Such devotional prayers or acts may be accompanied by specific requests for. This book is the result of the examination of a curious fact: there are many statues/images of the Virgin Mary and Child in which the flesh tones of the subjects are black.

Begg began to record the places he had found, particularly in France, and published them in ; eleven years later, inhe published a revised and expanded edition.4/5.

'The lasting strength of the cult of the Virgin Mary' Marina Warner interviewed for OUP Academic First published in the s, Marina Warner's cultural history of the virgin mother was decried as 'stridently' feminist by some Catholics.

The book marked 'a private journey' for both the author and Kathryn Hughes. Her book explores the cult in all its ramifiations peeling aside each successive accretion of doctrine and devotion in order to examine its moral social and emotional implications. Well-constructed and written with an attractive combination of astringent intelligence and warm sensitivity.

The book abounds in perceptive insights. It is based on wide reading it brings out admirably just what a. The cult of the Virgin by Elliot Miller,Baker Book House edition, in EnglishPages:   The cult of the Virgin Mary is associated by most medievalists with the twelfth and succeeding centuries.

This book, however, provides a wide-ranging exploration of. in the cult of the Virgin, the expansion of women’s religious life, and an increase in women’s overall literacy and access to books.

While representations of Mary’s solitary reading were initially directed towards male clerics and monks, in the long twelfth century the use of the motif shifted to include its prominent use as aFile Size: 2MB. The Cult of the Virgin Mary by Michael Carroll investigates the historical, sociological, and psychological origins of Marian devotion.

He argues that Marian devotion is a unique phenomenon because it is based on the adulation of an asexual mother, that it has explicit historical origins in fifth-century Rome, and it is more common in certain geographical regions than others due to specific.

The Cult of the Virgin Mary in Early Modern Germany. This book presents a more finely nuanced account of the Virgin’s significance.

In many Lutheran territories Marian liturgy and images – from magnificent altarpieces to simple paintings and prints – survived, though their meaning was transformed.

The twelfth and thirteenth centuries saw an extraordinary growth of the cult of the Virgin in western Europe, in part inspired by the writings of theologians such as Saint Bernard of Clairvaux (–), who identified her as the bride of the Song of Songs in the Old Testament. : The Cult of the Virgin Mary () by Carroll, Michael P.

and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(15).Gorgeous color photography and a well-conceived layout mark this art book about the veneration of Mary, but the text is less than inspired. The Cult of the Virgin: Offerings, Ornaments and.

Table of contents. John McGuckin, 'The Early Cult of Mary and Inter-Religious Contexts in the 5th Century Church' Chris Maunder, 'Origins of the Cult of the Virgin Mary in the New Testament' Geri Parlby, 'The Origins of Marian Art in the Catacombs and the Problems of Identification' J.K.

Elliott, 'Mary in the Apocryphal New Testament' Stephen Shoemaker, 'The Cult of the Virgin in the 4th.