So I was downvoted, but you're essentially quoting the exact thing back to me?
And yes, just as I equate tattoos with spraypainting graffiti on the walls of a temple, I do not think poking holes in the body is a right or just thing to do.
But it isn't just "that one line." Throughout the Old Testament, the body is also compare with a building. Ecclesiastes mentions a house that is falling apart.
The word "rib" is actually a terrible translation. Adam gave his tsela or side. This refers to the sides of a temple. That is, Adam was a two-sided human, and he was split in two. Your body is a temple, or rather half a temple. Your other half makes things complete.
One of the prophets was commanded to corrupt his body by hanging out with a prostitute and marrying her, to show the Jews how they also had whored about.
The kosher laws themselves are under the assumption that one keeps oneself clean from clothing that is blended or sketchy, that one doesn't eat food likely to have worms, that one doesn't reunite mother and child in the stomach.
So yes, not just one line. Quite a bit actually.
And there's no good reason to do otherwise. God doesn't command us to take this vaccine. Petty humans like Fauci do.
It's not in the quote there. It common sense, or should be. Do you eat through your shoulder or arm? No. When you eat, food goes through your throat, circulation system, entire immune system, stomach, and bowels. The body is prepared for this sort of thing. If the food is no good, the body makes antibodies, and you get food poisoning and throw that nastiness up. This is the fate of pill vaccinations (they originally tried pills and decided they weren't effective enough). When you stab the arm, it is a sneak attack on the body. It is literally like being held down by two burly guys in prison and... Those areas are not intended for insertion. We know this. We sin against God when we know this and do it anyway.