Published June 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Thorburn, Thomas James. Critical examination of the evidences for the doctrine of the virgin birth. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge ; New York: Gorham, The foundation stone of the virgin birth doctrine is the claim that Isaiah prophesied a virgin birth and Matthew recorded its fulfilment in the birth of Jesus. The theologians know that Isaiah’s prophecy had two fulfilments, the first occurring over years before Jesus was born. A Critical Examination Of The Evidences For The Doctrine Of The Virgin Birth [Thorburn, Thomas James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Critical Examination Of The Evidences For The Doctrine Of The Virgin BirthCited by: 1. A Critical Examination of the Evidences for the Doctrine of the Virgin Birth () The Resurrection Narratives and Modern Criticism () Jesus the Christ: Historical or Mythical? A Reply to Professor Drews' Die Christusmythe () The Mythical Interpretation of the Gospels: Critical Studies in the Historic Narratives () ReferencesDocumentaries: Zeitgeist: The Movie, The God Who .
Full text of "The virgin birth of Jesus: a critical examination of the Gospel-narratives of the Nativity, and other New Testament and early Christian evidence, and . Written by Eddie Hyatt Here are some historical evidences for the virgin birth of Jesus Christ: A physician and world-class historian documented it Modern archaeology affirms it An agnostic professor of mythology is convinced Old Testament prophets predicted it centuries in advance The earliest Christians believed it universally 1. Documented by a physician & world-class [ ]. The purpose of this article is to show what the Bible reveals about the virgin birth of our Lord Jesus Christ and why it is an essential doctrine of the faith. If Jesus was not born of a virgin, He was not the Messiah, and not qualified to pay for our sins and rise from the dead. The virgin birth of Jesus Christ was documented by a physician and world-class historian who interviewed eyewitnesses, probably including Mary herself, for his account of this world-changing event. Luke gives the most detailed account of the Nativity and mentions Mary 12 times, more than any other biblical writer.
The virgin birth of Jesus is the doctrine that Jesus was conceived and born by his mother Mary through the power of the Holy Spirit and without sexual intercourse with her husband Joseph. The Catholic church holds it authoritative for faith and Protestants regard it as an explanation of the mixture of the human and divine natures of Jesus, but the scholarly consensus is that its historical. A.N.S. Lane, “The Rationale and Significance of the Virgin Birth,” Vox Evangelica 10 (): if the virgin birth is a fact and therefore God’s way for Christ to enter the world it follows that it is the best way and that ‘any other way would have been wrong’.2 To him this is ‘self-File Size: KB. Myth of the nativity: the virgin birth re-examined / by: Welburn, Andrew J. Published: () A critical examination of the evidences for the doctrine of the Virgin Birth . This book is intended to be a literary and critical examination of the historical evidence for the Virgin Birth. It is not the writer's desire to discuss the evidence from the point of view of an advocate; with a view, that is to say, of obtaining an uncompromising verdict. His aim is rather to trace and to define.