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Does Numbers 5:27 involve an induced miscarriage/abortion?

Neither in my opinion. David prayed for the child of his adultery and it died. But from the child's point of view, he went to God and bliss-- surely he was not punished for what David did. Same here, ...
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Why was the priestly exam of a woman suspected of adultery not applied to men (Numbers 5:11-31)?

The priestly exam was to handle a particular situation, in which a man was jealous or suspicious that his wife was unfaithful to him, but her act of impurity or unfaithfulness did not have witness to ...
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Does Numbers 5:27 involve an induced miscarriage/abortion?

The bitter water mentioned in Number 5:27, was described to be made from "Holy water in a clay jar and put some dust from the tabernacle floor into the water" (Number 5:17). The water had no ...
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Does Numbers 5:27 involve an induced miscarriage/abortion?

This passage describes the "ordeal of bitter water"; if a man suspects his wife has committed adultery but he has no corroborating witnesses, she is asked to either confess guilt or make an ...
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