* The anunciation?
* the mystical, divine impregnation?
* the adoration with three men bearing gifts?
because there are several key commonalities here. That much is unequivocal.
A "coincidence" is the result of two things coinciding, it does not necessarily mean random causation. I will repeat myself on your main point for a 4th time, you've raised an interesting and legitimate possibility. But the mundane interpretation of the Virgin birth, tends to rely strongly on the carte blanche dismissing of various other related non-mundane stories. This is something that many academics are famous for, being as they are, so well known for their secular bias.
So, perhaps, this bias influenced the conclusion of your eminent scholars, or some if them.
No, I did not reply to the video, let alone look at it.
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