OK, I thought I was done, but apparently not. About the miraculous birth..from what I know, Mary and Joseph were married weren't they? At that time where was the proof that Jesus was not just Joseph's son? Where was the proof of the miracle birth? Who said it was a miracle? Who's word was it that we are supposed to believe? Did Mary and Joseph never have marital sex? Did Mary actually carry the baby for a full nine months? Exactly what was it about the baby that led people to believe he was the son of God?
What differed about this birth from any other birth? Now I'm finding it hard to believe again
Don't take this the wrong way, but what evidence do you expect? To be certain, we'd need video tape of her life up until the time of the birth to make sure things were on the up and up. The bible states "Joseph did not know Mary" until after the birth of their first born son. That's a polite way to say they never were intimate. This is also predicted in the Old Testament.
There is a lot of evidence for Jesus being the Messiah and God incarnate. The virgin birth, while I believe is true, is harder to support through evidence. If you really want to learn about Jesus, study the Old Testament. A good place to start is Isaiah 52-53. A great
book is "Ha-Mashiach" by Arnold Fruachtenbaum. I was never certain about Jesus until I studied the old testament. Notice I said "study" not simply read.