Some people believe it to be physically true that Christ was born as the son of a virgin, while others deny this as a physical impossibility. Everyone can see there is no logical solution to this conflict, and that one would do better not to get involved in such sterile disputes.
Both views are right and wrong. Religious sentiments are of this type. They refer without objection to things that cannot be established as physical facts.
C. G. Jung, Answer to Job: The Problem of Evil; Its Psychological and Religious Origins