By Jim Aug 22 2017 Roman CatholicAssumption of MaryMaryThe Biblical Roots of the Assumption of Mary 1601 reads There are 6 Comments Not so much Jim - Tue, 08/22/2017 - 12:37pm So really not much! Twitter Jim's Doctrinal Statement So.... Bert Perry - Tue, 08/22/2017 - 1:43pm ...if we assume the woman giving birth in Revelation is Mary, then we must assume she was assumed into Heaven and didn't die in an ordinary manner... ...I'm thinking that since the Magisterium and Trent both say that their position is not Sola Scriptura, but rather is Scripture + Tradition of the Church, they'd do better to simply be consistent and admit that this tradition is simply tradition. This is a classic non sequitur. It's akin, and related of course, to the doctrines of her sinlessness and perpetual virginity. Aspiring to be a stick in the mud. A lot hinges on the R.C. interpretation of Rev 12:1-2 Jim - Tue, 08/22/2017 - 2:38pm A lot hinges on the R.C. interpretation of Rev 12:1-2 - and in my view they have that wrong Twitter Jim's Doctrinal Statement The "assumption" Steve Newman - Tue, 08/22/2017 - 3:23pm is one of many R.C. wrong "assumptions"! The Assumption assumption Lee - Wed, 08/23/2017 - 10:36am Breaking news--the Assumption is an assumption! Now, back to our regular programming Lee heavenly waze J Ng - Thu, 08/24/2017 - 12:12am So what was the Romish assumed virgin doing in heaven, pregnant and in labor pains and then giving birth to a child? BTW, where did she "fall asleep" and go dormant--in Jerusalem or in Ephesus? Msgr. Pope, 'fraid it ain't helpin'.