Did Peter Forget About Mary?

1 Peter and 2 Peter Outlined

Peter Never Mentioned Mary In His Epistles [pdf]

Dan Corner

Peter (whom the Catholics claim was the first pope) wrote two books of the Bible, and though he covered multiple main areas of Christianity, NOT ONCE did Peter ever mention Mary, not even by inference, FOR ANYTHING. In his books, the apostle Peter specifically wrote on the following matters:

(1 Peter) The apostle Peter wrote on:

Peter knew the real Mary

Peter knew the real Mary of the Bible and her spiritual importance. Her non-importance is reflected in his epistles with his loud and deafening silence about Mary. NOTE:
His divine power has given us EVERYTHING we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness. (2 Pet 1:3)
"EVERYTHING" for life and godliness has been given, yet Mary is not included. Her NON-importance is clear. (Such nullifies the Catholic counter - the 'argument from silence'.)

Peter's Holy Spirit inspired dogma is massively different from the fantasy Catholic Mary (mariology) portrayed as the sinless, sovereign 'queen of heaven and earth,' the mother of the church, the mediatrix and dispenser of ALL grace, the refuge of sinners, 'our life, sweetness and hope,' to whom we are to pray TO, even at the hour of our death, give devotions and consecration to, etc. Catholicism has also granted more names and titles for their Mary than God's word has for the Lord Jesus. Be assured, such a woman like that does NOT exist anywhere in God's word.

It is to be noted that when Peter mentioned the sinlessness of Jesus (1 Pet. 2:22), Mary was not included in that unique attribute. Additionally, twice Peter described who was blessed (1 Pet. 3:14; 4:14), and neither time did he include Mary or exalt her. Hence, Mary's giving birth to Jesus did not warrant special consideration, further demonstrating the error of the woman in Luke 11:27,28, whom Jesus publicly rebuked for exalting his mother that way. Moreover, the error of the woman of Luke 11 exemplifies that same common Catholic error of our day.

Similarly, Paul wrote one half of the New Testament books and mentioned every subject related to Christianity, yet only referred to Mary in this passing tertiary way:

"But when the time had fully come, God sent his Son, BORN OF A WOMAN, born under law, " (Gal 4:4)

QUESTION: Do YOU love God's truth? Which Mary do you think existed: the one portrayed in scripture OR the the Catholic Mary?

As Jesus was saying these things, a woman in the crowd called out, "Blessed is the mother who gave you birth and nursed you." He replied, "Blessed RATHER are those who hear the word of God and obey it." (Luke 11:27,28)

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