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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Doug Batchelor unveils batcehlor beauty of the gospel with original insights through the eyes of Jesus’ most dedicated disciple. We can know God through His Word Romans Gayla rated it it was amazing Dec 01, Review and Herald Pub Assoc- Religion – pages.

Flindo Lindo-Anderson rated it really liked it Jun 26, In another example of reconciling conflict, Batchelor occasionally substitutes the word “tree” for cross, because both Acts and 1 Peter oddly say Jesus was nailed to a tree.

She was a prosperous prostitute, but her life was dooug sad sordid story–until she met Someone who loved her with a pure, unconditional love. Jonathan Snaden rated it it was amazing Mar 11, Jan 22, Conni Harness rated it it was amazing. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Batchelor really had his work cut out for him when it came to the resurrection. The woman at Jesus’ feet Doug Batchelor Snippet view – The book revolve Luke Batcehlor are major problems with this premise, however.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. 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.

Ever afterward the shame of her past was eclipsed by her absolute devotion to the One who set her free. Open Preview See a Problem? To ask other readers questions about At Jesus’ Feetplease sign up. In summary, Mary Magdalene’s minor role in the Bible is greatly exaggerated and conflated in this book.

At Jesus’ Feet: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene

The overarching theme is that one so humble as Mary – a prostitute who learns to love Jesus – jessu be exalted to a major role in the salvation story. It should be obvious that adultery and prostitution are not the same thing. Ever afte “Someone to love me.

This conflation merging several women into one composite has incorrectly linked the Magdalene with the unnamed sinner commonly thought to have been a prostitute in Luke 7: He bends over btchelor to make these consistent, with Mary lingering around from group-to-group and moment-to-moment to awkwardly have the same revelations multiple times in order to reconcile the text.

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But if a millionaire friend of mine gave me a million-dollar check, I would be thrilled and delighted, even jubilant, because I know and trust the grantor. Mary’s appreciation of the Lord’s healing her of the demons is demonstrated in her love, gratitude, and humble service to him in the resurrection account. Discover a fresh picture of the gentle, loving Savior who without condemning or condoning our past offers us a new future as we, like Mary, linger at Jesus’ feet. Three different “final phrases” accounted for in the gospels?


All three synoptic gospels just say “a woman” anointed Bbatchelor though they all mention Mary by name elsewhere. Tiny Ong rated it liked it May 11, Sentih rated it it was amazing Nov 23, In fact, that Mary is from Bethany, not Magdala. Nov 01, Annie rated it really liked it.

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Ten timely and faith-transforming presentations! Mary Magdalene, a former sinner, wipes the oil on Jesus’ feet with her hair and then dumps the rest on his head, all at the house of Simon the Pharisee, who happens to have been healed of leprosy. Ben Brian rated it it was amazing Sep 14, Amazing Facts Episode Reminder Get a sneak-peek into each new show plus daily featured articles, delivered straight to your inbox!

The gospels are notoriously divergent in their descriptions of who showed up at the tomb, what they saw, and when it happened. Thanks for telling us about the problem. All the saints from Adam to John the Baptist were saved by looking forward in faith to the cross.