That is one heck of a claim. Got any evidence it ever actually happened? I can make claims all day, but without evidence, they don't mean much. And a extra ordinary claim should require extra ordinary evidence."Spaceship earth",
You seem to indicate that it is OK to violate God's law if the persons life is in danger example if a rapist has a weapon.
By the same reasoning the three Hebrews should have bowed down to a Babylonian image. After all the king threatened to have them burned alive in a fiery furnace.
Abednego (Azariah), along with his two Hebrew companions, was subsequently denounced before the king by certain Chaldeans for refusing to bow down to the kings golden image in response to particular music.(Da 3:5, 8, 12) When they were questioned by the enraged king, their firm refusal to violate their conscience and their expression of faith in Jehovah resulted in the kings having them thrown into a superheated furnace, where they were miraculously protected by Gods angelic representative. Following their release by the shaken king, and after members of the royal court saw that the three men had escaped unharmed, they were restored to royal favor.Da 3:15-30
What is your response?
I have no doubt the claim is a lie.