Pregnant teenager claims Jesus Christ is the father of her baby

Cincinnati, OH | A 15-year old girl from Ohio claims to be carrying the child of Jesus Christ, after being “divinely impregnated” during an encounter with an angel.

Latifah Smith-Nabengana says she was visited by an “Angel of God” in July 2017, who told her that she had been chosen to bear the Christ’s son.

“He told me that he was a Nephilim, like those described in the Bible,” explained the young girl.

“He told that he had a message from Jesus, He said that I was going to be pregnant, and that I would give birth to a son, Jesus’ son.”

Nephilims are indeed mythical creatures mentioned in the Genesis 6:4: “The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and also afterward when the sons of God came into the daughters of men, and they bore children to them. Those were the mighty men who were of old, men of renown.”

This type of creature has been almost unheard of over the last few thousand years, so the teenager’s claim has surprised everyone in her family when she announced it to them. Being very religious themselves, they rapidly accepted her claim and showed flawless support for the 15-year old.

The medical doctor who has been following her pregnancy, Dr. William Franklin Murphy, says he is aware of his patient’s version but is unable to either confirm or invalidate her claims.

“For all I know, her pregnancy seems normal,” claims the gynecologist.

“Her claims of “Virgin pregnancy” are technically true, but that doesn’t mean there was a divine intervention. I can tell you that it’s a boy, but there no way for me to determine if it is Jesus’ son until he is born. If she asks for a DNA test at that time, then we can tell you who the father is.”  


Due to laws concerning medical secrets, Dr. Murphy refused to discuss any details concerning the young woman’s pregnancy but said it didn’t really have anything really unusual except her apparent virginity.

The teenager’s claim has stirred quite a controversy that has reached far beyond her religious community.

While most people have shown their support to Ms. Smith-Nabengana, others have launched various accusations on the social media, ranging from fabricating the whole story to sleeping with a demonic creature known as an incubus.

Latifah Smith-Nabengana says she wants to demand a paternity test as soon as her son is born, to prove that she is telling the truth. In the meantime, her story will continue to generate a lot of debate and stir a lot of emotions across the United States.

5 Comments on "Pregnant teenager claims Jesus Christ is the father of her baby"

  1. Imagine what doubt when Mary claimed the same think. I would like to meet the child when it’s born.

  2. Since she under age, will Jesus be prosecuted by the Jews again for doing a minor, just wondering?

  3. Man jesus doesnt have kids in my bible it doesnt say that jesus going give anyone a son this girl had sex or carry the anti christ and just because her hymen is intact doesnt mean she a virgin cuz if that the case im a virgin who gave birth to 4 kids and im marry lol cuz my hymen is still intact and my obgyn say it looks like im a virgin down there and everyone knows im not lol

  4. Well apparently you guys don’t know the female anatomy . A woman can become pregnant with out penetration. If anything swims inside from the opening she can become pregnant. You prove female virginity by seeing if her hymen is still in place. Also we weren’t there we have no idea if something supernatural occurred rather demonic or Godly. Nephilim refers to the “fallen” many presume to be the fallen angels. I would disagree it’s the son of Jesus but I would agree the son of satan. In the end days he will mock the virgin Mary’s birth. Do your research people!

  5. has anyone heard if the girl gave birth yet i haven’t found anything on her no fb, no ig, no news or anything, so maybe someone made this up! IDK and jesus would have had to be a nephilim, because didn’t the angel come upon her? that would be angelic being and human female right? = nephilim baby

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