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Old 22nd November 2010, 01:21 AM
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Ron,

this questions:

How can Mary be exalted ABOVE Christians when the RCC asserts that Peter is the vicar of Christ and HEAD of the church? Mary indeed is part of that church.
(Christians, acording John 1:16, are full of grace)

In the Bible we read that Christ (the Creator God) committed no sin. This point is taught several times. If this is also true of Mary (and she being a created being) why isn't it expressed as it is with Christ? Is the creature being exalted over the Creator? If not, then please explain.

So even though Peter was the "head" another mere human being was above him. Mary is exalted "above" Christian. Peter was a Christian and the "head" of the church and yet Mary is exalted above him
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