It does in multiple places, The biblical God was actually going to kill Moses for not having his son circumcised, then Moses' wife stepped in and chopped off the kid's foreskin.
This is easy to google, and it does. It is generally ritualistic.
Yes the bible does speak about circumcision at Genesis 17:1,26,27 God gave the command to Abraham when he was 99 years old, it was to serve as a sign of the covenant between God and Abraham. The covenant was a promise from God that through Abraham,great blessings would eventually come to " all the families on the ground" Genesis 12:2,3
Yes indeed. Circumcision was a sign of the covenant that Jehovah had made with Abraham. (Genesis 17:9-13) However, in time, the nation of Israel proved unworthy of that trust by rejecting the true Seed of Abraham, Jesus Christ. Hence, they were rejected by God, and their state of circumcision ceased to have any meaning in God’s eyes. However, some Christians in the first century C.E. Insisted that circumcision was still a requirement of God. (Acts 11:2, 3; 15:5) Because of this, the apostle Paul sent Titus to “correct the things that were defective” in various congregations. (Titus 1:5, 10, 11)
Paul’s counsel is still applicable. It would certainly be contrary to the Scriptures for a true Christian to suggest that someone else’s child be circumcised. Instead of being “a busybody in other people’s matters,” a Christian leaves such personal decisions for parents to make. (1 Peter 4:15)
Covenant of Circumcision. The covenant of circumcision was made in 1919 B.C.E., when Abraham was 99 years old. Jehovah made the covenant with Abraham and his natural seed; all males of the household, including slaves, were to be circumcised; anyone refusing was to be cut off from his people. Later, God stated that the alien resident who desired to eat the passover (one who wished to become a worshiper of Jehovah with Israel) would have to circumcise the males of his household. Circumcision served as a seal of the righteousness Abraham had by faith while in the uncircumcised state, and it was a physical sign of the covenant relationship of Abraham’s descendants through Jacob, with Jehovah. God recognized circumcision until the ending of the Law covenant, in 33 C.E. Even though physical circumcision was carried on under the Law, Jehovah repeatedly showed that he was more concerned with its symbolic significance, counseling Israel to ‘circumcise the foreskin of their hearts.’—