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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    How does God (Purity) Incarnating Himself in an impure human in and of itself save humanity? Why did God (Purity) need to Incarnate Himself in an impure human in order to save humanity? I'm not suggesting, but rather stating that I know you didn't fact check the information in the articles...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    I will happily have the last word, you have nothing further to say anyway, except to admit that you display a double standard by not abiding by the same standard you demand of others, and apologize for misrepresenting me. Now, again, Jesus and Mary Herself explicitly explain why God preserved...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    Jesus and Mary Herself explicitly explain why God preserved Her from inheriting the stain of original sin, as well as why She didn't commit sins. However, again, their explicit words (spoken in modern day) are found in books that aren't found in the books that make up the Bible, and thus you...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    While God became human and dwelt among sinners, He is still the Most Holy and Pure One, Who lives in the Kingdom of Purity where no one impure can enter, and through Scripture says that the virtues of holiness and purity are to be respected in Him and achieved within ourselves with His help...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    Jn. 20:17 is an example of God dwelling among sinners, but evil (sin) being unable to dwell with God, which supports my statement that Ps. 5:4 and Jn. 1:14 are both true. How this ties into your belief that dwelling within a sinful human is the same as dwelling among them is that while God...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    What "false teachings?"
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    He not only did things God can do, but He called Himself God because He is, which is why the Pharisees told them they were going to kill Him for making Himself God.
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    It's illogical and blasphemous to think that God, the Most Holy and Pure One, Who abhors sin (not the sinner), willfully wanted to Incarnate Himself in and have for His Mother, a sinful and impure human. Jesus, God Incarnate, fully divine and fully human, didn't inherit the stain of original sin...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    I humbly say, God bless you for your Faith and good will, which led to you being able to recognize the Truth of this matter.
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    I haven't been dodging or snaking. Jesus and Mary Herself explicitly explain why God preserved Her from inheriting the stain of original sin, as well as why She didn't commit sins. However, again, their explicit words (spoken in modern day) are found in books that aren't found in the books that...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    He did, but you reject His words, without knowing they are His words.
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    Again, I have evidence, but it's evidence you reject. Again, Jesus and Mary Herself explicitly explain why God preserved Her from inheriting the stain of original sin, as well as why She didn't commit sins. However, again, their words (spoken in modern day) are found in a book that isn't in one...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    Regarding Jn. 20:17, yes, Jesus's body became glorified when He Resurrected, but that isn't why He couldn't be touched, because post-first Ascension Thomas, a sinful human, was told to touch Him, but pre-first Ascension Mary Magdalene, another sinful human, was told not to touch Him so as to not...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    I'm not. I was just asking someone if they believe or do not believe that God could have or could not have done x, y, z. I said Ps. 5:4 and Jn. 1:14 were both true statements. I also said that God Incarnate dwelling within a sinful human is not the same as dwelling among sinful human, and I...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    Mary wasn't begotten of God because She's not God Incarnate like Jesus. Do you believe or not believe that God, in advance, could have or could have not Thought of creating the soul that was to be the soul of the Mother of God Incarnate, and because He knew Her soul would've been subject to...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    Jesus and Mary Herself explicitly explain why God preserved Her from inheriting the stain of original sin, as well as why She didn't commit sins. However, again, their words (spoken in modern day) are found in a book that isn't in one of the books that make up the Bible, and thus you...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    I can show where it's in Scripture, but you'd reject it because it's not stated in the Bible the way you want. You, like most Protestants, demand others to provide scriptural verses that explicitly appear in the Bible for what they believe in order to be true, but you don't abide by that...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    I didn't say you didn't say that. Again, I was referring to the way you said they are the same. I said Ps. 5:4 and Jn. 1:14 were both true statements. I never said God Incarnate dwelling within a sinful human is the same as dwelling among sinful humans because they're not, and if you agreed...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    I said Ps. 5:4 and Jn. 1:14 were both true statements. I never said God Incarnate dwelling within a sinful human is the same as dwelling among sinful humans because they're not, and if you agreed with me on that then I wouldn't have been explaining to why they're not. Do you now agree? God...
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    The Case for the Sinless Ever-Virgin Mary.

    That's why I said you're the one who's arguing that God Incarnate living among sinful humans is the same as God Incarnating Himself within a sinful human. If you understood they're not the same, I wouldn't be having to explain to you why they aren't. I also referred to a scene where God...