A pretty obscure one this, I'm afraid. Look up Don Cupitt if you don't know him (which you probably don't). An interesting thinker - an ordained Christian minister, but basically an atheist.
Reverend, may I ask you a question?
Do you believe in the virgin birth?
Yes, I most certainly do...
...in one sense. As a guiding myth by which we can live our lives, a religious doctrine to be understood in practical terms.
What about the resurrection?
In the sense that it's a convenient cultural fiction that expresses a profound spiritual metaphor. In *that* sense I believe in it.
Do you even believe in God?
I sure do!
In the sense in which He's an ethical ideal and a product of our improvised human knowledge.
You're just doing this for the free house, aren't you?
No, no, not at all!
But in a more accurate sense, yes.
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND UNDER DON CUPITT