Indicating the mysterious and unparalleled manner in which the Incarnation was fundamentally realized, the Apostolic Symbol declares, “who was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary.” This profession of faith recognizes that Christ was both conceived and born in a virginal way. Throughout the ages, this truth of faith has been the object of much commentary and often controversy. In this modern age, Christ’s virgin birth has likewise been the object of many controversies. This book critically analyzes these, showing their strengths and weaknesses and contextualizing the circumstances in which various controversies have emerged as they involve an array of different disciplines, such as biology, history, and various branches of philosophy and theology. “The Virgin Birth of Christ” is an excellent resource for reviewing the contemporary controversial literature surrounding this topic as well as providing fresh insights along with modern magisterial documents in response to these contemporary debates.