One case from our life in the 80s, a 15-year-old girl lived in a village, her mother began to notice her daughter's belly was growing, when they examined her in the hospital, it turned out that the girl was pregnant, her mother almost killed her daughter, but the girl was blameless, and then the investigation began on this case. In the village, everyone goes to the same bathhouse for several families, someone copulated in the bathhouse, the sperm remained on the bench, at high temperatures the sperm is very active, then the girl sat on this bench, the sperm entered the vagina, and the result was pregnancy.
We will never know for sure about this. After all, this Hebrew fable has overgrown with a thick, thick layer of speculation, gossip. We have no facts, except for the book, which we copied more than once. Yes, and you can write anything in it.
Well, some little peasant shook her - so what? The main thing is what kind of mega-PR made his son, that even after 2000 years, a huge part of humanity continues to believe in all this, and the other part continues to make huge money on it.
A question with a similar theme (who is the father of Jesus?) was asked here and earlier. Here, take a look:
From whom did Jesus get the second (paternal) set of chromosomes (including the Y chromosome)? What does Christian theology say about this?