Sunday, January 21, 2007

"Evangelicals and the Mother of God"

In the current issue of First Things, Timothy George, a Southern Baptist and dean of Beeson Divinity School argues that:
It is time for evangelicals to recover a fully biblical appreciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and her role in the history of salvation - and to do so precisely as evangelicals. [the article]
The subject will provoke an almost Pavlovian anti-Catholic reaction among many conservative Evangelicals, but deserves a sober and thoughtful response.

Source: FIRST THINGS: A Journal of Religion, Culture, and Public Life


  1. Anonymous9:56 PM

    How can evangelical Protestants "recover" something that they NEVER HAD IN THE FIRST PLACE?

  2. The article argues that the Reformers did have a greater respect for the place of Mary.


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