Date: Thu Jan 02 2003 - 08:01:35 EST
In a message dated 1/1/03 6:54:33 PM Eastern Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> . The account of the creation of humanity in
> Genesis 2:4b-25 is of course different, but these are two different
> creation accounts.
I gave you a number of examples from a number of different religious
horizons to demonstrate that virgin birth was a historically ancient concept.
You are saying one of my examples is one of two accounts and I agree. what
about the others that suggest the phenomena was a norm for the ancient world?
You don't comment. What point are you making about the difference between
virgin birth and virginal conception? You mean you can have a virginal
conception and then not have a virginal birth? At what point is the male
principle introduced in a case like that?
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