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Anonymous June 15, 2016

Abortion The bitter water seems like a form of abortion to me. Reply

Anonymous May 31, 2017
in response to Anonymous:

Re: abortion Understandable how one could think this given there are cultures who use certain herbs to end an unwanted pregnancy however, this would be over-speculating....no where in this part of Scripture does it refer to this process having anything to do with a possible unborn child that is the result of adultery. It's about the accused woman cursing herself if she is lying about being adulturous. If she was not adulterous, she will not be cursed. Reply

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