If God is not human, and we’re talking about the context of the morality of human action, then things which do not apply to God are not exceptions for God. (In other words, it’s not an ‘exception’ to human bodily function that I do not experience menses; rather, I am not a woman, so it does not apply to me.) Important distinction, that…
Puh-leeze. Your hyperbole is really getting out of hand, now.
You realize that you just equated “cannot grow into a human” with “can grow into a human”, right?
Two problems: first, you’re saying “black=white”, “apples=oranges”, “is=not”. Just. Not. Logical.
Second, you’re cunningly slipping in a presumption with which we do not agree: a zygote cannot “become” a human being… because it already is a human being. (A tumor, on the other hand, is neither a human being nor can become one.)
But hey, in the world of hyperbole… nice try.
Again, a zygote is not “tissue”, it is an organism. (Which is already a human being. Which doesn’t later ‘become’ human.)
Only if your assertions, above, hold up. They don’t.
Perhaps what you mean is that “biology is useless to me, to prove my point.” That might be true.