Hannahh, we DID know that he didn't reproduce...as he was not married, and was returned to heaven after his death/resurrection.He did not reproduce to our knowledge though which would be one detail that might be contradictory to absence of the Y chromosome which is necessary for typical human reproduction (not so in bees and ants though who are haploids). It is somewhat disrespectful of the prophet to suggest a possiblity however it is known that some children are born without having any Y chromosomes or who have a variety of mutations of the typical XY/XX human sex gene.
Agreed. In the gospel of John, it says that these things were written so that we may KNOW and BELIEVE. In other words, we have enough information to make decisions. For the skeptic, it's really about human pride. It's not a quesiton of evidence, it's a question of them not WANTING to be a God.It is important to know though that we don't get to know EVERYTHING and indeed some of us don't care to know ANYTHING anyway and even if you prove to them SOMETHING they reject it anyway.