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For Christians – Is Mary the mother of God?

I always say Yes to that. My reason is this: If truly Christians believed Jesus to be God, Who came to earth in Human form and Mary was the woman that gave birth to him(Jesus). And If is the Mother of Jesus, Logically, It can be said that Mary is the mother of God. If it’s not true. Please how can you convince me

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Visijo
2 years ago

Yes, of course. And I mean it in exactly the way that Rome sees it.

To say that Mary is Mother of God is not so much to say something about Mary, but to say something about Christ – that he is God (and so his mother is the mother of God). It is to confess the hypostatic union and reject Nestorianism.

Lolu
Lolu
2 years ago

Yes, she is the mother of God in a very literally sense as-in, she gave birth to Jesus who is also God. However, the Catholics has gone way overboard and ascribed to her unbiblical qualities such as “co-redeemer” and “Queen of Heaven”.

Michael
Michael
2 years ago

Is Jesus God? – Yes.

Was Mary her mother? – Yes.

Then, Mary is the mother of God.

Andy
Andy
2 years ago

It depends on your language and what you mean my Mother and God. The Catholic and Orthodox understanding of Mary that because Jesus is God in the flesh, and she birthed her she is therefore the “Mother of God”. They will often point to this passage: 42 and she exclaimed with a loud cry, “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb! 43 And why is this granted to me that the mother of my Lord should come to me? – Luke 1:42-43 And 26 When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he… Read more »

Williams
Williams
6 months ago

Mary is not the mother of God,but of jesus

Willia
Willia
6 months ago

The Gospels are also very clear that Mary was a virgin at the time she conceived Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit (cf. Mt 1:18-25, Lk 1:26-38). Remember when the Archangel Gabriel announced to Mary God’s plan, she responded, “How can this be, since I do not know man?” After the birth of our Lord, although the Gospels do not give us many details of His childhood, no mention is made of Mary and Joseph ever having other children. Never does it refer to the “sons of Mary” or “a son of Mary,” but only the son of… Read more »

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