Council of Ephesus defend the divinity of Jesus Christ in response to the heresy of Nestorianism in 491 A.D. The Church council defined this and it is recognized by both Catholic Church, Orthodox Church, and conversative Anglican, and even Lutheran Churches.
Typology, interesting but meaningless for The Salvation from God was not dependent on Mary.
Through the prophets of the OT, Issiah spoke of a virgin who shall conceived and bear a son. This woman he spoke of is the Virgin Mary. Mary consented to God’s will, and the Word became flesh. God if he wish incarnate as an adult male. Salvation history shows that Jesus came from the flesh of a woman, Mary. So indirectly, Mary is very much involve in salvation history by being the Mother of God.
Seeds of Co-Redemptrix Error.
Mary’s believing is of no more importance than Abraham, Moses, Davids, or John the Baptists part in Gods plan of salvation.
Actually the early church saw the woman as Israel and later on Mary.
I stand behind the Savior!
You are entitled your your opinion. The Early Church saw the woman in Revelation 12:1 as Mary. While the woman in Revelation 12:1 is symbolic understood as Israel, and the Church, they also view literally that the woman is Mary.
“He was the** ark **formed of incorruptible wood. For by this is signified that His tabernacle was exempt from putridity and corruption.” Hippolytus, Orations Inillud, Dominus pascit me (ante A.D. 235).
“This Virgin Mother of the Only-begotten of God, is called Mary, worthy of God, immaculate of the immaculate, one of the one.” Origen, Homily 1(A.D. 244).
“Let woman praise Her, the** pure Mary**.” Ephraim, Hymns on the Nativity, 15:23 (A.D. 370).
“Thou alone and thy Mother are in all things fair, there is no flaw in thee and no stain in thy Mother.” Ephraem, Nisibene Hymns, 27:8 (A.D. 370).
“O noble Virgin, truly you are greater than any other greatness. For who is your equal in greatness, O dwelling place of God the Word? To whom among all creatures shall I compare you, O Virgin? You are greater than them all O Covenant, clothed with purity instead of gold!** You are the Ark **in which is found the golden vessel containing the true manna, that is, the flesh in which divinity resides.” Athanasius, Homily of the Papyrus of Turin, 71:216 (ante AD 373).
“Mary, **a Virgin not only undefiled but a Virgin whom grace **has made inviolate, free of every stain of sin.” Ambrose, Sermon 22:30 (A.D. 388).
“We must except the Holy Virgin Mary, concerning whom I wish to raise no question when it touches the subject of sins, out of honour to the Lord; for from Him we know what abundance of grace for **everovercoming sin **in y particular was conferred upon her who had the merit to conceive and bear Him who undoubtedly had no sin.” Augustine, Nature and Grace,4 2 (A.D.415).
“As he formed her** without my stain of her own**, so He proceeded from her contracting no stain.” Proclus of Constantinople, Homily 1 (ante A.D. 446).
“A virgin, innocent, spotless, free of all defect, untouched, unsullied, holy in soul and body, like a lily sprouting among thorns.” Theodotus of Ancrya, Homily VI:11(ante A.D. 446).
“The angel took not the Virgin from Joseph, but gave her to Christ, to whom she was pledged from Joseph, but gave her to Christ, to whom she was pledged in the womb, when she was made.” Peter Chrysologus, Sermon 140 (A.D. 449).
“[T]he very fact that God has elected her proves that none was ever holier than Mary, if any stain had disfigured her soul, if any other virgin had been purer and holier, God would have selected her and rejected Mary.” Jacob of Sarug (ante A.D. 521).
"She is born like the cherubim, she who is of a pure, immaculate clay." Theotokos of Livias, Panegyric for the feast of the Assumption, 5:6 (ante A.D. 650).
Christian history again disproves your opinions. Like Cardinal Newman states, “To be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant.”