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C. S. LEWIS ON THE VIRGIN BIRTH “No woman ever conceived a child, no mare a foal, without Him. But once, and for a special purpose, He dispensed with that long line which is His instrument: once His life-giving finger touched a woman without passing through the ages of interlocked events. Once the great glove of Nature was taken off His hand…. There was of course a unique reason for it. That time He was creating not simply a man but the Man who was to be Himself.” From Miracles, by C. S. Lewis, chapter 15, paragraph 12, pg. 138

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