All of the Women of the Bible - Study Guide Chapter 11, Mary Magdalene & Claudia - Pilate's Wife Summary & Analysis

Edith Deen
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At the beginning of each chapter in the book there is a short note in italics. In this case, the author has chosen to include information to the effect that Mary Magdalene was troubled and partially possessed by demons. When Jesus met her, he healed her by exorcising those demons. Once they were cast out of her and she was her real self, she became one of his greatest followers.

Next, Edith Deen shares that Mary Magdalene was the first one on the scene of Jesus's resurrection. She went and fetched the male disciples who, like herself, had trouble believing this until they saw for themselves that his body was not in the tomb. She also witnesses two angels in the tomb. Then she interacts with Jesus again directly, in his immortal, imperishable...

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