In the US, it was a theist who got religion in school banned.
LOL, no God did *not* dictate every single word...
She wasn't 'immaculately screwed' in the Bible story. She was, herself, 'immaculately conceived'. In other words. ..going way back to the Council of Trent in the mid 1500's. . .God intervened in Mary's conception and made it so that she did NOT have Original Sin.
Thank you, which brings me right back to my point about Adam being the Federal head of humanity, because he is the only one who received this breath of God textually, and that not until the second Creation story in Genesis 2. If someone isn't alive before they are born, then why do they grow, and move, and react, and consume food? That seems pretty odd for a non-living thing. It's not even doubtful they're human at that stage, either. But to answer your question, a woman could have multiple children at one time (Genesis 38:27, where a woman had two sons, and no one guessed that apparently until the time of birth), and also, actually being born is not as high a probability back then as it is today (under normal medical conditions, leaving deliberate abortions aside), so there is no point in counting what you cannot see and cannot guarantee. But there was probably more to that, as well. But I don't know exactly what you are talking about when you mention an abortifacient for a woman? Where is that?
Since the BIBLE starts out by simply STATING that the "heavens and the earth" were created in "the beginning," an undisclosed period of time, it provides no "time calculating" method for the earth and/or the "heavens," or "universe." To say it does to discredit what it actually states is just dumb....
Most atheists are led by moral reasons and not evidence.
Not my kinda music, more into metal and hard rock, but I can appreciate it. And I love the sound of a banjo and fiddle, just something about them I love.
Now play fair Anton, I was never pretending that Trump was some Genius.
The massage seats are worth it. God wants his disciples to be comfy.
The goddess of fertility and war ? Has what to do with this question posed ?