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    This booklet is part of the series Christian Answers to Hard Questions published by Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing As the title for this particular work suggests this booklet looks at the question Was Jesus Really Born of a Virgin The author Brandon D Crowe who presently serves as an Associate Professor of New Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary Crowe has written this helpful resource that is accessible for the layman.I appreciated that a few paragraphs into the book Crowe clarifies what the Christian faith means by virgin birth To be technical it isn t virgin birth per se but the virginal conception of Jesus I thought that was a good observation A good definition of a doctrine is always a good beginning Crowe also note that the doctrine of the virgin birth of Christ should not be confused with the perpetual virginity of Mary The two are distinct One can hold to the virginal conception of Jesus without holding to the perpetual virginity of Christ Also the perpetual virginity of Christ is a doctrine that is contradicted by the biblical data which mentioned the brothers and sisters of Jesus.After clarifying what he means by the virgin birth of Christ the author then proceed to tackle seven objections follow by a section that examines the biblical data on the virginal conception of Christ ...


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    Is the virgin birth of Christ important, and a necessary component, to the Christian message today, or was it a doctrine that the early pre scientific believers held to but should not longer be supported because it is untenable for believers today I think this is a valid question, and one that Brandon Crowe does a really good job providing answers from a Biblical perspective to support, while not discounting the scientific aspect of the question Before Crowe can defend the Christian position, he begins his book by defining the term virgin birth The orthodox Christian view, deriving from the Bible, is that Jesus was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit in the womb of a virgin named Mary Thus, Jesus conception was miraculous and unique, and did not occur via the normal process of sexual union It should also be noted that what most people mean by virgin birth is actually the virginal conception of Jesus Thus, when this booklet uses the term virgin birth, it will be referring to the manner by which Jesus was conceived It is crucially important in any book that terms are clearly defined at the beginning to make sure that everyone is reading the book with the same definitions of terms in mind After defining the term virgin birth , Brandon moves on to dealing seven possible objections to the...


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    This is a great series of short books on important topics that PR is putting out Was Jesus Born of a Virgin is a question that has been posed since, seemingly, Jesus birth Crowe goes about showing some of the arguments against the virgin birth and offering brief counterarguments These sections are extremely brief and they might have been fleshed out just a little bit .I still remember a few years ago when Rob Bell, while not directly casting aspersions on the doctrine of the virgin birth, questioned if the doctrine was even a relevant one for Christians As a response to those who see no reason to argue for or against the virgin birth because they see it, at best, as a peripheral teaching, Crowe devotes a section of this book to the necessity of the doctrine and its implications on the rest of Christian faith and practice.This entire series is focused on big picture arguments It does not take the time to go into the nuances of any perspectives and does not spend much, if an...


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    Few doctrines of Christian faith are disparaged as much as the miraculous conception of Jesus often referred to as the virgin birth Crowe examines seven common objections to the virgin birth, answering each in turn and finally investigating the Scriptural records of Christ s conception The bre...


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