6 Problems With the Virgin Birth: Biblical and Historical Perspective  

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Six Problems With the Virgin Birth: Biblical and Historical Perspective | Kyle Roberts

Tuesday, 01 March 2016
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The virgin birth of Jesus is one of the most celebrated doctrines in the New Testament. But is it believable anymore? Should it be disposed of, updated, or drastically revised? I will be doing a series of posts looking at this doctrine from historical/biblical perspectives, from the view of science, and from the
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