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The Cornerstone #6: Why bother? ... The Primary Motive of the Incarnation

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Uploaded by AirMaria on Jun 29, 2008

Ave Maria! Note from the webmaster: If the title and text of this post look familiar to you it is because I used this text accidentally in the Cornerstone #5 which has now been updated. Now for the post...Most people, when they are first introduced to this theme say, "Man sinned; Jesus came to redeem us; so who cares what 'would' have been had man not sinned?" Find out why the primary motive of the Incarnation is important and how it affects our view of God, the Incarnation, the Virgin Mary, the Angels & Saints, and spirituality, psychology, evangelization, etc. God's eternal purpose is important!Discussion on the blogs is increasing on the primacy . . . Links: http://www.airmaria.com/?p=185 Ave Maria!


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