Christianity, the Roman Empire & Israel’s Place in It

By | January 13, 2013

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2 thoughts on “Christianity, the Roman Empire & Israel’s Place in It

    1. Suzanne Webb

      Hi Rob. At first I was confused by your comment. If I understand correctly you’re referring to the following doctrine?:

      “The immaculate conception is not a reference to Jesus being born without sin, but to his mother Mary. Most Christians believe that all people are conceived with original sin (the sin inherited from Adam and Eve) but that Jesus was not. Additionally, the Catholic Church teaches that Mary was also conceived without sin and this is where the term “Immaculate Conception” has come from. [Luke 1:28]”

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