Fetus comes from Latin offspring, little one.

Authentic Nouveau

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People who don't want to face the facts resort to name calling, and obfuscation. They use these tactics to avoid having to discuss, size and level of development. No matter what they say, they know there is a baby in the uterus. It does not help their POV, it simply demonstrates that even they know a sham when they post one. LOL!
Little children know when mom tells them they will have a baby sister or baby brother. Her baby .
 

Authentic Nouveau

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That's still just your personal opinion, and your claims that that commandment is about magic spells and magic potions and sore thighs and upset stomachs has no credibility.
You confirm you do NOT understand. You can't quote the Bible in context accurately nor quote members correctly. You don't want to.
 

J regia

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You confirm you do NOT understand. You can't quote the Bible in context accurately nor quote members correctly. You don't want to.
That's your choice if you can't read the bible in context accurately and want to believe in fairies and magic spells and potions, and that adulteresses never become pregnant, but it still doesn't change the meaning and purpose of the commandment in Numbers 5:20-28 to terminate the pregnancies of adulteresses.

20 But if you have gone astray while under the authority of your husband, and if you have defiled yourself and a man other than your husband has had intercourse with you”— 21 so shall the priest adjure the woman with this imprecation—“may the Lord make you a curse and malediction[a] among your people by causing your uterus to fall and your belly to swell! 22 May this water, then, that brings a curse, enter your bowels to make your belly swell and your uterus fall!”(A) And the woman shall say, “Amen, amen!”[b] 23 The priest shall put these curses in writing and shall then wash them off into the water of bitterness, 24 and he will have the woman drink the water of bitterness that brings a curse, so that the water that brings a curse may enter into her to her bitter hurt. 25 But first the priest shall take the grain offering of jealousy from the woman’s hand, and having elevated the grain offering before the Lord, shall bring it to the altar, 26 where he shall take a handful of the grain offering as a token offering and burn it on the altar.(B) Only then shall he have the woman drink the water. 27 Once he has had her drink the water, if she has defiled herself and been unfaithful to her husband, the water that brings a curse will enter into her to her bitter hurt, and her belly will swell and her uterus will fall, so that she will become a curse among her people. 28 If, however, the woman has not defiled herself, but is still pure, she will be immune and will still be fertile.
 
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