Those who claim certain women are virgins dishonor fathers and make them deplorable. They lower the character and reputation of men who are necessary for children to be born. Virgin births were common among Greco-Romans and Hellenistic cultures hundred thousands of years ago through imaginative gods impregnating mothers of kings and royalty. This archaic belief of virgin births was later copy-catted from the mythological pagan gods who had virgin mothers. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. But seriously, why are virgin births, such as those in Egyptian history, so special? Why was Joseph with Mary when she gave birth to the historic Jesus of Nazareth. Jewish tradition implicates Pantera, a Roman soldier who ancient Hebrews believed was the father of Jesus. Virgin births demean the real fathers. The Hebrew Bible includes the Ten Commandments. One states, "Honor thy father and mother." This is what Fathers Day and Mothers Day is all about. Miraculous sexless births indicate that men who made the laws felt that different gender relations are unclean and sinful. Virgin births are not natural or biological, Conception itself seems like a miracle as every baby is born. How could infants be born in sin? Meanwhile, history records virgin births regarding Sarah, Abraham and Moses; Dionysus, king of king; Plato and Apollo; Isis and Osiris; Zoroastrianism in eastern Iran, former Persia in 1200 BCE; Mithra whose mother was Dughova; Murduke; Krisha and mutible others. Along with virgin births a popular belief of a god dying and rising from the dead involves ancient history. After Jesus died, Paul and Barnabus also brought back to life those who had died. Would this make them gods, too? Jesus the great peace-maker didn't need to have a virgin mother. He is still magnificent to this day by his moral teachings and good reputation.
World Enlighten News, W.E.N.
H. C, Smith