How many chromosomes were in Mary’s egg?

Yahchristian

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Mary is literally and genetically the mother of Jesus; at least, his physical form. If God did place a viable fetus in the womb of Mary, not using her egg, then that would deny Old Testament prophecies that the Messiah would be born to the lineage of David (John 7:42; Psalm 132:11; Jeremiah 23:5). Mary was a descendent of David and the mother of Jesus (Luke 3:23-38 ).
Mary is the Mother of God, the Incarnate Word, Jesus Christ. Consequently, Jesus received his DNA from the Blessed Mother, Mary and, by extension, her direct ancestors.

TRINITARIANS, just to clarify your understanding of biology…

1) How many chromosomes were in Mary’s egg?

2) How many chromosomes were in Jesus’ DNA?
 
TRINITARIANS, just to clarify your understanding of biology…

1) How many chromosomes were in Mary’s egg?

23, or simply an X chromosome.

2) How many chromosomes were in Jesus’ DNA?

46, or simply an X and a Y chromosome.

God duplicated the chromosomes and altered one for a male.

Eve was produced out of the DNA in Adam rib as well for which God would have taken an X chromosome and duplicated it, producing a female.

Those quotes by the way are from Matt Slick of CARM and a Catholic source as listed on the post you took them from.
 
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You do understand that Mary's egg had 22 chromosomes PLUS an X chromosome.

Correct?

Yes. But simply put, God took an ovum from Mary, which contains an X chromosome and duplicated it with alteration as a Y chromosome, giving Jesus an XY set, producing a male.

So do YOU agree with what YOU quoted?

Yes. I'm only saying you should have put the quote sources on them instead of saying it was my direct quote.
 
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