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"Although no man has touched you, yet a son shall be born to you." The context here corroborates the story that Mary was given glad tidings of the birth of a son without sexual intercourse, and the birth of Christ took place in that unusual way. If a son was to be born to her in the normal known way, and if the event of the birth of Christ had taken place in the natural way, then the whole conversation would be pointless, and any references to the unusual birth of Christ in the Qur'an would lose its significance and meaning.
However, the Christians made Christ the Son of Allah and worthy of worship simply because of his unusual birth without a father. The position of those people who, on the one hand, profess to believe the Holy Qur'an to be the Word of Allah and on the other hand try to prove that Christ was born after the natural coming together of a husband and wife, really tries to show that Allah is not able to express Himself as clearly as these people. Muslims believe that Christ was born immaculately, and by the same power which had brought Eve to life and Adam into being without a father or a mother.