Both Matthew and Luke described the "virgin conception" of Jesus. This term is often mistaken for other similar expressions that actually represent different theological concepts, and not all of these concepts are warranted by the Biblical text. The "virgin conception" of Jesus is clearly described in the Gospels of Matthew and. The Virgin Birth is mentioned in New Testament passages, but there are grounds for regarding these mentions as unreliable additions, a fact well known to all theologians, but not generally passed on to the faithful. Different Christian denominations have different understandings of Mary's virginity. Orthodox Churches refer. 6 Dec Terena Yadgaari, a doctor in Kabul, agrees that virginity tests have no "medical validity," but notes that dozens of the examinations are carried out in government clinics in the capital every year. So-called moral offenses, including adultery or even running away from home, are not considered crimes.