Which is more likely, that the Laws of Nature should be suspended, or that a person should tell a lie or be mistaken?
Doesn't that just about do it for the miraculous claims in the Bible? It doesn't seem like it at first, but really consider the message:
We know that young women caught in a shameful circumstance can lie. We have an uncountable number of examples of this, well document, personal, anecdotal, going back through human history. There are no verified cases of virgin birth. Which is more likely?
We know that followers of cult leaders will often embellish stories about their messiah after their death, leading to amazing claims. We have countless examples of this. We have no examples of men preforming supernatural miracles. Which is more likely?
We know that people are willing to persecuted and killed for things they believe to be true, but that we later know to be false. There are numerous examples. We have no examples of a man rising from the dead and appearing to masses of peasant. Which is more likely?
We have an entire history and libraries of examples of other cults, movements, and religions which make the exact same claims as Christianity, but which we all understand to be pure fantasy and mythology. What we don't have is a single example of one of these religions' supernatural claims being verified as true.
Which is more likely?