At Jesus Feet: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene [Doug Batchelor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Someone to love me. At Jesus’ Feet has ratings and 12 reviews. Ross said: Well, let’s start with the premise. Doug Batchelor’s At Jesus’ Feet is a hybrid narrative/devot. At Jesus’ Feet: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene. Front Cover. Doug Batchelor. Review and Herald Pub Assoc, – Religion – pages.

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Batchelor says they were all just reporting different languages from the multilingual sign. Account Options Sign in. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Cindy rated it it was amazing Apr 08, Jesus wants us to praise and thank him always. Like Batvhelor and this man, the church is saved for the purpose of telling others.

Before his search ended, a cave in the ag above Palm Springs, California, became his home. We experience hurt and pain in this life, but once we seek the saviour and have an experience with him, we begin to embrace what I like to call Christian Sobriety – clarity in words and deeds, seeking to please him in everything that we do.

To ask other readers questions about At Jesus’ Feetplease sign up. What happened next can only be described as a miracle! There is a passage in John 8 that tells the famous story of Jesus forgiving an unnamed woman caught in the act of adultery. Of course, he’s assuming again that all the biblical authors agreed with each other perfectly.

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Trivia About At Jesus’ Feet: This is one of those books I intensely underrated Ever afterward the shame of her past was eclipsed by her absolute devotion to the One who set her free. You can do the world of wrong, but dont think for a moment that it is too much for God to forgive.

The overarching theme is that one so humble as Mary – a prostitute who learns to love Jesus – can be exalted to jseus major role in dpug salvation story.

Open your heart to receive the forgiveness and he will give you the strength to do the rest.

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However, I loved the study portions, where we get to reinforce our understanding of the scenes and opportunities that Mary had at Jesus’ feet, we get to learn on some of the lessons she had, I love the fact that Doug expands on An interesting perspective from Doug, too much imagination in building the storyline.

He argues against common interpretations of phrases like, “today you will be with me in paradise” misplaced comma or “to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord” perceptually but not literally true. We are all addicts, “sinaholics,” says the author, trying to fill with various addictions a gaping void in our hearts designed for God. He used drugs, fought at school, and entertained suicidal thoughts. This imaginative yet biblical retelling of Mary’s experience clarifies several significant biblical teachings with a kaleidoscope of vivid illustrations.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. She was a prosperous prostitute, but her life was one sad sordid story–until she met Someone who loved her with a pure, unconditional love.

Matthew and Mark say the oil was poured on his head, whereas Luke and John have it poured on his feet and wiped with the woman’s hair. There are major problems with this premise, however. Batchelor concocts a story surrounding Mary’s prostitution work in Magdala, and fills his narrative with little derisive sneers from Martha and others about Mary’s seedy past.

However, I loved the study portions, where we get to reinforce our understanding of the scenes and opportunities that Mary had at Jesus’ feet, we get to learn on some of the lessons she had, I love the fact that Doug expands on these events to bring out a deeper meaning.

If we do not repent, we cannot be forgiven and sin will stain us forever. Batchelor composites some of the Bible’s many Marys and multiple unnamed women into a single, major character.

At Jesus’ Feet: The Gospel According to Mary Magdalene

Podcast Contact Articles Cancel. The woman at Jesus’ feet Doug Batchelor Snippet view – Just one little phrase, Jesus I am sorry for sinning against you. WHICH scripture says this woman was a prostitute? I know he appreciates all that Efet does but Mary blesses his heart.