One has to wonder. Mark doesn’t seem to think the resurrection is at all theologically important, given he tells us absolutely nothing about what it implies or means; it’s simply an event at the end of the story of Jesus mission. It seems Quelle, Mark, John and Paul likewise have no idea that Jesus was born of a virgin. Given that for various reasons many theologians count the birth narrative in Luke spurious where we learn of the nature of Jesus miraculous conception, it becomes more likely that it is not original to his text. If this is so, Matthew is the only scripture that exists that Jesus is said to be born of a virgin. Noting that a century before Jesus, Adonis was born of a virgin, in Bethlehem, in similar circumstances as Jesus too, the wondering continues.
Should we find reason to doubt the resurrection because it was apparently lackluster enough for there to be a need for Matthew to legitimize Jesus through creating the virgin myth, or was resurrection simply in the common parlance of the Greeks, making us doubt in this respect too?
Just a thought.