I have a question about circumcision, looking at some verses I found a view occasions where circumcision is mentioned:
At first there is the Brit "the convenant of circumcision" when HaShem commands Avraham to circumcise himself, his offspring and all the males of his household (Bereshit 17:10-14 & 23-27).
After this there is the situation (Bereshit 34) around the death of Dinah and the circumcision of the sons of Shechem.
And there is also the circumcision at the Pesach (Shemot 12:44) of the Eved (servant), and the Ger (12:48) that stays in the midst or dwells among the Israelites.
The circumcision at the age of right days old (like the command given to Avraham - Vayikra 12:3)
The circumcision of the heart (Devarim 10:16, 30:6, Yer 4:4).
And then the circumcision of all who had not been circumcised on the way in the desert leaving Egypt (Yehoshua 5).
The circumcision of a eight day old is called Brit Milah, but in the case of the eved, the ger, heart or older Jewish males (babies, boys, man that aren't circumcised) what is it called?
I want to know if there is a difference in meaning between these circumcisions or if they are all the same, because the circumstances and contexts seem to indicate different situations it made me wonder..