And Jesus then says: i tell you the truth, wherever the gospel is preached throughout the world, what she has done will also be told in memory of her." (Mark 14:9).
During the time of the Gospels, women were on a much more equal footing with men.
Then the risen Jesus approached her.
Other Protestant churches honor her as a heroine of the faith.De Boer, Mary Magdalene: Beyond the Myth, SCM Press (1997.94ff.Like Hillel the Elder before him, Jesus said that the Golden Rule was a summation of Torah (Jewish Law and he said things like.This Gospel dated from the fifth century; well after the others were written, but still a telling, early picture of this supposed whore that the church would obviously find very, very dangerous to their male-centric doctrine.Some manuscripts of the sermon record that Mary's parents were named Syrus and Eucharia and one manuscript goes into great detail describing her family's purported land holdings in Bethany, Jerusalem, and Magdala.Mariam, the Magdalen, and the Mother, Deirdre Good, editor, Indiana University Press, Bloomington,.The places where she and the other women are mentioned throughout the gospels strongly indicate that they were vital to Jesus's ministry and the fact that Mary Magdalene always appears first, whenever she is listed in the Synoptic Gospels as a member of a group.(March 1, 2003 The Resurrection of the Son of God, Christian Origins and the Question of God, 3, Eugene, Oregon: Fortress Press, isbn Further reading edit Acocella, Joan.After all, the title of Christ (from the Greek Christos) means anointed one, as does the title of Mashiach or Messiah.158159, 1971 (English trans from German Lund Humphries, London, isbn Abernethy and Beaty, The Folklore of Texan Cultures, Denton University of North Texas Press, 2000,."Named Women: Mary 3 (Magdalene.178 This reliquary, constructed in the nineteenth century, contains her purported skull.
814 See Franco Mormando, "Teaching the Faithful to Fly: honeyland escort Mary Magdalene and Peter in Baroque Italy" in Saints and Sinners: Caravaggio and the Baroque Image, Chestnut Hill, MA, McMullen Museum of Art, 1999,.

The patriarchal Roman Catholic Church adopted Pauline Christianity in the 4th Century, as is discussed in the article.