And it is vastly more practical to have a child within the context of marriage and a family than in a laboratory. On the practical side, it is far easier to reproduce naturally than to create individuals through cloning.
The Andrews Report refers to Professors Trounson and Williamson arguing that there is no medical reason for reproductive cloning. If human cloning were accepted to be safe next year, why should it then not be permitted? It really is not difficult to understand how a clone fits into a family.
Food and Drug Administration FDA approved the Human cloning opposing viewpoint of meat and other products from cloned animals. Role of Cloning in Society[ edit ] Despite the ethical gray area surrounding the act of cloning itself, most, if not all Christians, still hold that children who may result from the process should be loved and cared for as much as any other child, since they would be considered fully human  and therefore reflect the Divine image, as defined by Gaudium et spesa document of the Second Vatican Council.
But is some way before we have a change of treatment. It is a simple matter to rebut these arguments, which seem to have influenced the clauses in the PHC Act. On the issue of animal ethics he takes a more lenient position.
The arguments can either be applied with equal force to other ethical situations that are not prohibited, or are inconsistent with the three principles listed above.
Most scientists who are interested in stem cell research have moved away from embryonic stem cells, and are using adult stem cells.
As a hypothetical situation, imagine a couple who had two embryos preserved after an IVF procedure. Islam[ edit ] The prominent Qatari scholar Yusuf Al Qaradawi believes that cloning specific parts of the human body for medical purposes is not prohibited in Islambut cloning the whole human body would not be permitted under any circumstances.
Godthe Father, sent His only Son to satisfy that judgment for those who believe in Him. Stepsiblings would then also be cousins the normal understanding of siblings has changedbut that this might be unusual and confound some people does not compel us to seek to prohibit such a scenario.
The Catholoic Churches resoning to why they reject stem cell research is simple.
There are biological and social reasons, other than medical reasons, for human cloning. That a clone could be compared to its alter ego is not an argument against cloning.
It would be extremely unlikely that a clone of Beethoven could compose a tenthsymphony. While most Christians do not support reproductive cloning, therapeutic cloning is a branch of cloning which has garnered slightly more support from certain denominations.
The White House was also critical of the claims. There are many areas to explore.
The identity argument is not an argument against cloning; rather it is an argument against placing unnecessary and unwarranted pressure on an individual, regardless of how they were conceived. Jesusthe creator and eternal Son of God, who lived a sinless life, loves us so much that He died for our sins, taking the punishment that we deserve, was buriedand rose from the dead according to the Bible.
It "would involve removing insemination and fertilization from the marriage relationship, and it would also remove one of the partners from the entire process. So there is no problem with human cloning, unless one has preconceived intentions to discriminate against it.In bioethics, the ethics of cloning refers to a variety of ethical positions regarding the practice and possibilities of cloning, especially human cloning.
While many of these views are religious in origin, some of the questions raised by cloning are faced by secular perspectives as well.
Many opposing views points stem from religion, and the grouping of cloning of stem cells with the cloning of humans. Anti stem cell research supporters also don't believe that "it should be at the expense of the dignity of human life.".
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In the debate on the morality of human cloning, Christians take multiple positions. Since Dolly the sheep was successfully cloned on 5 Julyand the possibility of cloning humans became a reality, Christian leaders have. There are plenty of arguments against cloning - especially against cloning humans - ranging from scientific issues, to the practicality of cloning, to religious objections.
On the scientific side, we see that a large percentage of cloning efforts end in failure.Download