>> Now I take the Virgin Birth as a "given". In that case, in the light of
>> the modern understanding of what happens at conception, how do we
>> understand it, and more importantly, what is the theological
My currrent view on this is that the virgin birth was a "sign" pointing to
the incarnation. It, like the resurrection, was an affirmation of Jesus'
divine character. I guess I would say that the virgin birth was not a
requirement for the incarnation but a sign pointing to it.
I would value the response of those with theological training of which I
Keith B. Miller
Department of Geology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
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