I didn't see the other comments, but here's a bit more:
Please note that I do not want to start an argument and I do not know your religion or religious history.
In the Letters from Paul (New Testament, aka "Christian Scripture"), Paul writes how Baptism has replaced circumcision and that if the person is baptized, then that is enough of a requirement to belong to the Christian Church.
Circumcision when mentioned in the Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures) is part of a whole religious ceremony, involving giving the baby his Hebrew name as well as the snipping of the foreskin and (i'm sure) many other traditions. IMO, Biblical Circumcision and hospital circumcision (RIC) are two different things.
Once again, I don't wish to start an impasse, I merely wanted to point that out.