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Nothing’s impossible if your religion is based upon a miracles

I’m always amused when a God-fearing Christian woman informs me that she cannot get pregnant, as one did yesterday. Whether the woman is one hundred years old, celibate, or has undergone tubal ligation, the belief in the tenants of Christianity assumes the belief in miracles, and specifically in the belief that virginity does not preclude pregnancy.

After all, the entire religion is founded upon the principle that a virgin can become pregnant. It seems to me that a Christian woman should be the last person to be making assumptions about who can and cannot get pregnant.