The Virgin Mary Mariolatry: The Great Divide
True and False Catholicism
Mary: Mother of My Lord
Mary and Martha: The Student and the Server
The Highly Favored Virgin
Is Mary the mother of God? This article traces the development of the Roman Catholic church dogma on Mary. It looks at the role of Mary in the birth of Christ. The author argues that since Mary needed to be saved like any other sinner, she cannot be called the mother of God.
Luke 10:38-42 – Too Busy for Jesus
This article contains a framework for a sermon on Luke 10:38-42, which describes the Lord Jesus at the home of Mary and Martha.
I Believe … In Jesus Christ … Conceived by the Holy Spirit, Born of the Virgin Mary
This article on the Apostles' Creed describes what Christians confess when they say that Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. The work of the Holy Spirit in Christ's conception ensured Christ's sinless state, while "being born of the virgin Mary" shows Christ's humanity and God's faithfulness to His covenant.
The Virgin Birth: A Mystery To Be Cried Aloud
Showing that the virgin birth must be distinguished from the immaculate conception and perpetual virginity, this article shows that Mary gave birth to Christ while being a virgin though she did not remain so. It shows how this relates to Christ divinity and humanity, His sinless state and His role as the Savior.
John 19:26-27 - Behold Your Mother! The Legacy of Jesus' Love for Mom
Praying: To Mary or To Christ?
The Virgin Birth – By Grace Alone
Luke 1:26-27 - Protection of the Unborn Child: A Meditation on the Incarnation of Our Lord
The Immaculate Conception
The Assumption of Mary: The Eclipse of the Ascended Lord
The Cult of Mary
Mary – Grace and Hope: An Evangelical Anglican Response
Davie was requested to give an Evangelical response to the ARCIC document "Mary – Grace and Hope in Christ". He here offers a helpful introduction to the report’s contents and central conclusions. Davie highlights seven elements in it that Evangelicals could welcome. However, he also notes problems with its argument and, in particular, its claims to have made advances in agreement in relation to the Marian dogmas that divide Anglicans and Roman Catholics.