The Testament of Mary - Pages 50-62 Summary & Analysis

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Mary was uneasy when she learned that she and her friend would be staying with her son’s followers in Jerusalem. However, the other Mary (Martha's and Lazarus’ sister) told Mary (Jesus' mother) that she would be safe. The people spoke as if Jesus’ arrest, which he had allowed to happen, would lead to some sort of great redemption. Even though Mary wanted to ask if it meant her son would be saved, she was afraid that she would not get a straight answer.

The next morning, one of the men who continued to visit Mary after the crucifixion, was assigned to the two Marys as their minder. He went with them into the city. He told them that all of the people in the crowd had been paid by the Temple to ask for the release of Barabbas. He also talked about...

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