Why Does Mary Need a Savior if She was Sinless?

If Mary never sinned, then why does she refer to God as her savior?

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What is Apologetics?

We get the word apologetics from a Greek root apologia, meaning apology.1 But the way it’s used is vastly different from our English meaning of the word. Afterall, in modern day English, an apology is an expression of regret and sorrow for one’s actions. But the apology in apologetics is different.

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Have all Sinned? Mary’s Sinlessness and Romans 3:23

Catholics teach that Mary never sinned. Yet there are verses in scripture that seem to teach otherwise. Which is right?

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The New Eve

Have you ever heard someone claim that Jesus’ mother, Mary, never sinned? It’s a radical claim. But have you ever wondered why Catholics believe this about Mary?

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Typology in the Bible

Many people approach the Old and New Testaments of the Bible looking for a resemblance. Yet sometimes people struggle to see how the two connect.

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Is it Biblical to Call Priests “Father”?

I remember the first time I ever heard Matthew 23:9. I was shocked. “And do not call anyone on earth ‘father,’ for you have one Father, and he is in heaven” (Matt 23:9).

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Can Man have Free Will if God Knows the Future?

When I was young, I used to pray for my future wife. I didn’t know who she was, but I knew she was out there, and God knew who she was. God knew who I would choose someday, and He knew who I was praying for, even when I didn’t.

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