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Was Virgin Mary also Mary Magdalene?

  1. ngureco profile image83
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    Was Virgin Mary also Mary Magdalene?

  2. kerryg profile image87
    kerrygposted 8 years ago

    No, the Virgin Mary was Jesus's mother. Mary Magdalene was one of his followers.

  3. xLMTPx profile image51
    xLMTPxposted 8 years ago

    Mary Magdalene and Mother Mary both were at the tomb to find Jesus was not there. I forgot who told them that they won't find him at the tomb for he is risen. They are two different people, hence the controversy between Mary Magdalene being married to Jesus or not to some people due to Da Vinci Code smile

    Jesus is Risen... He Has Risen Indeed!

  4. Born Again 05 profile image79
    Born Again 05posted 8 years ago

    Two completely different people. Mary was the mother of Jesus. Mary Magdalene was a woman who had seven demons which Jesus called out.  She supported Christ's ministry, was at His crucifixion and burial, and was also the first person to see the risen Lord.

  5. Mikio profile image83
    Mikioposted 6 years ago

    Yes.  (LOL!)  Epistles are disciples' wives. (LOL!)  Joseph of Arimathea is also Jesus' earthly father. (LOL!).  John the Baptist also wrote the Gospel of John. (LOL!)  The list goes on and on.

  6. ElderYoungMan profile image78
    ElderYoungManposted 6 years ago

    You all are pulling on me today!  Good question though.  The answer is "Yes", but not for the reason that any of you might think.  The mother of the Messiah has NOTHING to do with what you'd think of as "The Virgin Mother" or "The Queen of Heaven".  Both concepts, the virgin mother and the redeemed harlot originate in one person.  Her name is Semiramis and she was the first queen of Babylon and wife of Nimrod.  She was the priestess of the Babylonian mystery religion.  When she had Nimrod killed, she was pregnant illegitimately, so her son was sold as immaculately conceived.  Any pagan religion depicting a deified mother and child has its origins in Semiramis, not the Messiah.

  7. SeanBrook profile image59
    SeanBrookposted 4 years ago

    I see them as two different people. Mary was and still is a very common name.
    They both had a very special connection to Jesus but I see how it can get
    confused that they were both the same person.