[QUOTE="LJS9502_basic"]Okay using google I found.....
The word almah (עלמה, plural: alamot עלמות is a Hebrew feminine noun, for a girl who has reached puberty but is still under the shielding protection of her family; she is a young, marriageable (i.e. unmarried) girl. In Bibles, almah is typically translated as virgin, maiden, young woman, damsel or girl.
Which pretty much erases your entire argument if the word can be translated as both....
No.Are you kidding a youtube video?
My dude, it doesn't matter if it's a YouTube video. What matters is what's being said. He uses the the Bible itself, along with reason/ logic to explain things. Just be objective and watch the portion of the video concerning the so-called Virgin Birth. If you're really objective, you'd watch the entire video series and verify what he says for yourself, which you should be able to do if you have a Bible. If not, then you're simply willfully ignorant.