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SIH HALTAL ICONChrist Was Born Of A Virgin Through The Miraculous Intervention Of God, His Father. 

Heb 1:5 KJV  For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to me a Son?


  1. SLIMJIM says:

    There was a book I just reviewed last week on Higher Criticism (Liberal) and I was sad to see that these Evangelical Left had a chapter that was wondering if it’s okay to deny the virgin birth. This verse you shared today smacked me right between the nose of just how silly and sad people will go in entertaining things that undermine the Scripture to appease the world as “scholarly.”

    • Rob Barkman says:

      I agree wholeheartedly. It is a sad statement of the condition of the world around us. Lord bless.

    • kayeliza says:

      I am a philosophy major, and “scholarly” is something that I as a future professor feel a lot of pressure to be. In all my studies I always have to remind myself that we find Him in our hearts first and foremost, not in the mind. I will question most anything for intellectual sport, but I won’t compromise my faith just because of the pressure to be scholarly, because scholarly does not directly lead to being right.

      • Rob Barkman says:

        Very well said and very encouraging as well! May the Lord bless you in your academic endeavors!

      • SLIMJIM says:

        Keep on holding to the faith sister. I know what you mean the pressure in philosophical circles. My academic love is theology but my second academic love is philosophy so I know what you are saying. Even in theology there’s that desire to be “scholarly” in a way that some expect we should compromise our conviction about God and the Bible. Is there any particular emphasis or concentration in your philosophy major?

        • kayeliza says:

          I really enjoy ethics and epistemology. I am considering getting my bachelor’s in philosophy, and my masters in theology. As a Christian, issues of morality and religion are of particular interest to me.

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