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Book Review: Mary Magdalene Revealed by Meggan Watterson

Jill Celeste's book review of Mary Magdalene Revealed by Meggan WattersonA few weeks back, Hay House had a $5 sale. As a lover of Hay House books, I couldn’t wait to see what titles I could grab, promising myself to only purchase four books.

As I scanned the titles, delighted in the options, my eyes stopped on one: Mary Magdalene Revealed by Meggan Watterson.

I am not sure why that red book cover jumped out at me, but I dropped the book into my shopping cart without a second thought and made my purchase.

As the calendar turned to December, I thought it would be the perfect time to read something about Christianity, and Meggan Watterson’s book found its way to my nightstand. And for seven nights, I was enthralled.

Mary Magdalene Revealed is part history, part memoir, part self-help. Watterson expertly explains the history of Mary Magdalene, and describes her personal pilgrimage to southern France and England. Additionally, she shows the reader how the teachings of Mary Magdalene helped the author live her best life.

If you’ve ever felt like there’s a big hole in the story of Jesus Christ – and indeed Christianity (like I did) – you will want to add Mary Magdalene Revealed to your bookshelf right away. Watterson demystifies Mary Magdalene’s life and relationship with Jesus, and teaches us how to incorporate The Gospel of Mary into our lives. Continue reading