That laws must be applied in unique circumstances tells us nothing about how the law was actually to be applied to the issue of a pregnant woman to be executed, which is the whole point at hand. Again, so far nobody has proven what would have happened in such a scenario one way or the other.
That's the thing about God's law and unique circumstances. It does not list all of them. The simple answer to your question, based on the bible, is "We don't know." That's what I've been saying about Torah and wisdom.
My mistake. I'll let them answer for themselves.There are multiple replies that answer in the affirmative. Even the very first one.
The reason is we don't take a hypothetical from God's law and apply it to a different circumstance and opt for the same punishment.What then is the reason given?