Dogma Of The Immaculate Conception Analysis

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The dogma of the Immaculate Conception was promulgated by Pope Pius IX. In the Constitution Ineffabilis Deus of December 8, 1854, he stated that the “Most Blessed Virgin Mary, in the first instance of her conception, by a singular privilege and grace granted by God, in view of the merits of Jesus Christ the Savior of the human race, was preserved free from all stain of original sin.” It would be through this special grace and sanctity of life that she would be able to stand out victorious over the ancient serpent, the enemy of the human race. Freed from the ancient curse upon human race she would bring forth the Son of God who will free his people from sin and rule over the house of David forever. Given all we know of the Blessed Virgin Mary…show more content…
So the dogma of the Immaculate Conception does not need so much theological explanation. It requires just a common sense understanding for one who is open to the truth. But as it is, not many people are open to the truth of the Gospel. Some people are just bias and so block their minds because the truth can derail their own misleading teachings. There are some people who argue against the Immaculate Conception because according to them, Mary was also a human being who needed redemption. My simple question here is redemption by whom? If Jesus is the redeemer of the human race, what in the world would make it so difficult for him to wave off the impediment and redeem her first as he has done through immaculately creating her soul so as to be perfect for him to dwell. Not to believe that is an insult on the power of the omnipotent God. Why would people continue to deny that the Blessed Mother was born immaculate? By not believing, such people are trying to limit God by defining Him within human potentials. They don’t seem to believe that he can do extra-ordinary thing out of the ordinary. He who created the world ex-nihilo and made man sinless from the beginning before the fall can also single out a soul and make her immaculate so as to carry His Son who was to come into the
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