Luke 1:28 indicates that she was an exception. Again, for the third time, you even got the Greek on it.<quoted text>
That is what is being regurgitated by the vatacan, and you have swallowed it and said "That was tasty"...it is not based on Scripture...
Show Scripture that says she was an exception...you can't...because she was a sinner...she was thankful for her Savior..per Scripture...sinless people do not need a Savior...
My bet stands...you will play your "tradition" card...to trump Scripture.....that is what I call trashing the Bible...
And Mary said, My soul doth magnify the Lord,
And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour.
BTW...Jude 1:24-25 has nothing to do with Mary!!!!!
It's there. Your agreement with it doesn't determine whether it's in there or not.
Jude 1 24:25 is a doxology. It's not specific to anyone, and applies to everyone. Again, it's in scripture, and it doesn't require your approval for it to be scriptural.
So, to recap, my points have been fortified by scripture, with your response being "it's not there" when it IS, and "it doesn't mean that" when you aren't in position to tell me nor anyone else what scripture means.
I'll take the point here.