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QUESTION OF THE WEEK - Was Jesus really born of a virgin?

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Q: Was Jesus really born of a virgin?

A: With the sale of over 80 million copies of The Da Vinci Code book and a blockbuster film, the question is constantly raised: Is Jesus Christ really the Son of God, or was He just another human, but a better one?
The deity of Jesus (the assertion that He is both God and man) is so vital to the gospel that, if not true, there is no hope for salvation. If Jesus' deity were not true, it would take the good news out of the gospel and make the story of Jesus a greeting card, and nothing more.
The Virgin Birth is a miracle. The Bible gives no details, scientifically, of how God did it. But what He does tell us is that it was by the power of the Holy Spirit. God came over a human womb, and a child was conceived—a child who was 100% man and 100% God, with a human mother and God as His father.

Continue reading for a breif synopsis of why the Messiah had to be born of a virgin.

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