I believe the question is: if Gen 3:15 is a prophecy of the virgin birth, and "seed of the woman" implies the virgin birth, how don't other instances of the 'seed' of women elsewhere prove virgin conception or birth in their cases. I don't see a need to narrow the question, as it's more of a linguistic or terminological question than anything else ('this phrase appears elsewhere'). No doubt, the "seed of the woman" is referring to the virgin birth of Christ. The virgin born Son of God conquers death, hell and the grave. Christ will give the deathblow to Satan when He returns. Title: Genesis 3:15 The Seed of the Woman. Series: Christ in the Old Testament.
Apr 01, 2015 · Seed of Promise in Genesis 3:15 Seed of Promise in Genesis 3:15. by Dr. William Varner on April 1, Messiah will be of unique birth—He will be the seed of the woman. Although we should be patient with someone who has difficulty seeing the truth of the virgin birth in these veiled words of God, it is implied that the deliverer will be of Author: Dr. William Varner. Jul 13, 2010 · Genesis 3:15: Seed of a Woman/Virgin Birth. When Adam and Eve sinned against God, God cursed the ground, cursed the animals, and sentenced man to die. The world went from a perfect state to an imperfect state (which is why we need a new heavens and a new earth, by the way).Author: Bodie Hodge.
At the time of Mary’s pregnancy, the idea of a virgin birth was not completely foreign to the Jews’ understanding of their Scripture. Although they misinterpreted it, many of the rabbis exegeted Jere. Actually the Book of Genesis gives us the first glimpse that Christ’s birth would be special: “‘And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed’” (Genesis 3:15). Technically, the woman’s seed belongs to the man, but Mary’s impregnation by the Holy Spirit is .