You mean no virgin birth? - granted the mistranslation issue of Is. 7:14, the virgin birth is only found in Matthew and Paul doesnt even mention it in his letters. However, the UB does uphold both the humanity and divinity of Jesus, yet in a different understanding, of which obviously a 'virgin birth' was not necessary in the 'process' of Jesus 'bestowal' or 'incarnation' as a human being. Perhaps this can be a 'launching pad' to to explore the 'Christology' of the UB, the 'synthesis' of both human and divine natures in the Lord Jesus.
right, no virgin birth, that was a Pagan idea as well as the date of the 25th. The virgin birth (as well as other episodes of Jesus' life) have been "forced" into the OT books. Christian scholars were finally cornered on this by Jewish experts on the Hebrew terms and subsequently capitulated.