To: mountn man
Fine; let’s contemplate the Incarnation—when the Word became flesh, was the flesh created ex nihilo, or was Mary indeed “the mother of my Lord?”
posted on 04/08/2008 5:08:11 PM PDT
(One precedent creates another. They soon accumulate and constitute law.)
Fine; lets contemplate the Incarnationwhen the Word became flesh, was the flesh created ex nihilo, or was Mary indeed the mother of my Lord?
And this is relevant how???
How is Mary worthy of meditation OVER Christ? Or other than Christ? Or other than aforementioned David, Moses or Abraham?
posted on 04/08/2008 5:13:47 PM PDT
by mountn man
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