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Truly Our Sister

Paperback|Feb 2006
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The author offers an interpretation of Mary that is theologically sound, spiritually empowering, ethically challenging, socially liberating, and ecumenically fruitful. She construes the image of Mary so as to be a source of blessing rather than blight for women's lives...


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The author offers an interpretation of Mary that is theologically sound, spiritually empowering, ethically challenging, socially liberating, and ecumenically fruitful. She construes the image of Mary so as to be a source of blessing rather than blight for women's lives in both religious and political terms.
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The first-century Jewish woman Miriam of Nazareth, mother of Jesus, is the most celebrated female religious figure in the Christian tradition. Elizabeth Johnson offers an interpretation of Mary that is theologically sound, spiritually empowering, ethically challenging, socially liberating, and ecumenically fruitful. In particular, she sees the image of Mary as a blessing rather than a blight for women's lives in both religious and political terms."If you read only one book on Mary in your lifetime, let this be the one." American Catholic Booksellers'

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Elizabeth Johnson

Dr. E. Elizabeth Johnson (Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary) is J. Davison Philips Professor of New Testament at Columia Theological Seminary. Johnson is interested in the ways the church uses the Bible to think about faith and life. She is drawn to exploring how the Pauline letters invite us to reflect about who God is and what Jesus death and resurrection mean for human life and society. Her publications include 1 and 2 Thessalonians NTL (New Testament Library) and Colossians in Harpers Bible Commentary.

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