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and his mission, the old and new testament, the crucifixion of Jesus, basically everything, the only difference is Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. We, as Catholics, venerate her because she is the mother of Jesus, but also ours. Due to the power of the Holy Spirit, she gave birth to Jesus still being a virgin, that is why her name The Virgin Mary. In Romans, it is written that, “For
5those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that he might be the firstborn among many brothers” (Romans 8:29). Here, it is stated that Jesus would be the firstborn among many brothers, those many brothers are us. Since we are sons of God, brothers of Jesus, in conclusion, we are also sons of the Virgin Mary. Of what I know and understand is that the Christians believe that after Jesus, Mary had more children, well Catholics don’t believe that. We believe that Jesus was her only son, yes, we do call her mother but because she is the mother of our savior.ConclusionIt is important to understand the implication of God, humanity, Jesus, restoration, analysis, and reflection in the Christian worldview. Once these topics are understood, it would beeasier to understand the meaning of Rescue, Redemption, and Renewal and how they make up a big part of the Christian worldview. It would also be easier to understand why is there so many opinions about the Christian worldview and other worldviews in general.ReferencesGot Questions. (2019, July 26). Retrieved from -like.html
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