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'''The Virgin Birth''' refers to the virgin birth of [[Jesus]] as recorded in the [[Gospels]] of [[Gospel of Matthew|Matthew]] and the [[Gospel of Luke|Luke]] (Matt 1:18 - 1:24, Luke 1:26 - 1:38).
 
'''The Virgin Birth''' refers to the virgin birth of [[Jesus]] as recorded in the [[Gospels]] of [[Gospel of Matthew|Matthew]] and the [[Gospel of Luke|Luke]] (Matt 1:18 - 1:24, Luke 1:26 - 1:38).
  
The [[Gospels]] state that Jesus was not conceived through the normal biological process, but was conceived by the [[Holy Spirit]] touching [[Virgin Mary|Mary]] to create a baby forming in her womb.  She was a virgin, having never had intercourse with a man.  In this way Jesus was born without the original sin of [[Adam]] being passed down from generation to generation.  Matthew tells us this fulfills the prophecy [[the Lord]] made to [[Isaiah]] in the [[Old Testament]] in Isaiah 7:14 "Behold a virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son"
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The aforementioned [[Gospels]] state that Jesus was not conceived through the normal biological process, but was conceived by the [[Holy Spirit]] touching [[Virgin Mary|Mary]] to create a baby forming in her womb.  She was a virgin, having never had intercourse with a man.  In this way Jesus was born without the original sin of [[Adam]] being passed down from generation to generation.  Matthew tells us this fulfills the prophecy [[the Lord]] made to [[Isaiah]] in the [[Old Testament]] in Isaiah 7:14 "Behold a virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son"

Revision as of 15:42, 8 June 2007

The Virgin Birth refers to the virgin birth of Jesus as recorded in the Gospels of Matthew and the Luke (Matt 1:18 - 1:24, Luke 1:26 - 1:38).

The aforementioned Gospels state that Jesus was not conceived through the normal biological process, but was conceived by the Holy Spirit touching Mary to create a baby forming in her womb. She was a virgin, having never had intercourse with a man. In this way Jesus was born without the original sin of Adam being passed down from generation to generation. Matthew tells us this fulfills the prophecy the Lord made to Isaiah in the Old Testament in Isaiah 7:14 "Behold a virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son"