In what follows, I try to develop a speculative and constructive account of what Christians should say regarding whether and how Mary is a coredemptress, that is, a partner in the redemptive work of her Son. My goal is to clarify what it might mean to say Mary is a coredeemer, why anyone should say that, and what the consequences would be for Christian theology if they did. I take this doctrine to have critical importance not only for the individual loci of Christian theology (many of which are treated within) but for a meta-theological understanding of the God-world relation.
William J. Abraham
Bruce D. Marshall
Gary A. Anderson
Religion, Theology/Religious Education
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Glass, William, "Deliver Us: The New Eve, Coredemption, and the Motherhood of God" (2021). Religious Studies Theses and Dissertations. 31.