Dual Fulfillment Prophecy & the Virgin Birth – Tovia Singer

So all this was done that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the Lord through the prophet, saying: “Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel,” which is translated, “God with us.” – Matthew 1:22-23

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  1. David Fischer says

    This is just a Jew trying to discount a the Christian faith. I love the Jews but Tovia is being ridiculous.

    The word almah is always used in the Tanakh to mean a young unmarried woman, which of course means a virgin. The word almah is never used to describe a married woman. No one reading the Tanakh would think anything else, certainly not in a God given sign. If the young woman is not a virgin then this is not a sign. There is nothing special at all if she is not. Isaiah told Ahaz to ask anything in the depth or height. He is telling Ahaz to ask for something supernatural. Why would the sign chosen by God not also be supernatural? As for the sign being that the young man eats Butter and Honey? That’s not a sign. Tovia is straining at a gnat. His explanation that almah does not mean virgin is of course absurd. Of course almah can be virgin and most likely does. It would actually be an enormous stretch to think it does not mean virgin.

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