Why Paul never sought out Mary?

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MAR 09, 2014 @ 22:10:38

@One Skeptic : MAR 07, 2014 @ 20:11:27

“I have always wondered why Paul never sought out Mary?”

Jesus went out of Judea and out of the jurisdiction of the Roman Empire lest he is caught again by the Jews and hanged again. He took his mother Mary along with him. Paul must have known it; but he won’t tell it lest he is exposed.
It is reported that during Jesus’ journey to India, Mary died in the way towards Kashmir and is said to be buried at Murree, a hill station near Islamabad Pakistan.

The name Murree is after the name of Mary the mother of Jesus; one may Google for it and read so many entries on it.


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2 Responses to “Why Paul never sought out Mary?”

  1. trueandreasonable Says:

    Interesting. Early Christians tended to keep bones and items of Saints as relics. Yet the early record contains nothing regarding bodily relics of Mary. Of course such bodily relics would have been much revered. This is one of the reasons that the Churches tend to think Mary was assumed bodily into heaven.

    But to answer your question:
    It’s unclear whether Mary was still alive at the time of Paul’s conversion. And perhaps he did try to see here if she in fact went east. I believe one of Paul’s first missions was to the east but it was not that successful. (I could be wrong on this)

    • paarsurrey Says:

      @ trueandreasonable :March 11, 2014 at 8:14 pm


      Thanks for visiting my blog and appreciating some of my posts.

      It is not at all important to know as to when sinful Paul got converted; in fact he never got converted to the religion of Jesus; he only made a new religion and named it after Christ called “Christianity” which is a misnomer.

      He misled the simple lovers of innocent Jesus astray from the path Jesus followed. Jesus must be given the prime importance he deserved.

      The important points to be focused are:

      1. Jesus did not die on the Cross; he was near-dead though.
      2. He was treated in a solitary tomb for his injuries on the Cross.
      3. When he got cured to the extent that he could secretly move away; he left the tomb.
      4. He did not ascend to heaven.
      5. He went out of Judea to Persia, Kashmir, Tibet, and India where lost 10 tribes of Israel were settled; they were his own people.
      6. Mary went along.

      Paul had got nothing to do with Jesus.


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