Mariology


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Mariology:

see MaryMary,
in the Bible, mother of Jesus. Christian tradition reckons her the principal saint, naming her variously the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Lady, and Mother of God (Gr., theotokos). Her name is the Hebrew Miriam.
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Criticism tends to perceive dramas combination of Mariology and fabliau as an odd juxtaposition--especially since it is often assumed that fabliaux condemn women as lecherous and treacherous daughters of Eve.
Accordingly, the most virulent of the Protestant attacks on Mariology were directed at the proliferation of Marian relics and shrines.
To date, there has been no real engagement with Mariology in the writings of George Mackay Brown (1921-96).
Christa Gardner von Teuffel's essay in this book looks specifically at the Mariology of the Carmelites, the confraternity, and the Brancacci, through the prism of the Madonna del Popolo and its history, before and after being placed in the Brancacci Chapel.
Before I discuss Anzaldua's spectral analysis of Guadalupe, I want to place it in the framework of traditional and folk Mariology in order to see which issues are Mary's in general and which are Guadalupe's specifically.
A further point that shows how radically Epstein wishes to rethink Christian theology and music's potential within it is her relocation of musical theology as intrinsic to Mariology.
The faith tradition also experienced a shift in ideology, resulting in the emergence of distinct forms of Mariology, according to other scholars.
In general I find his discussions of medieval Mariology quite problematic and showing the marks of someone who is very much outside of his field of specialization.
The section on Luther's Mariology unfortunately does not include a discussion of its reception by Lutheran orthodoxy.
The obvious Mariology here recalls the previous allusion to the Virgin.