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Friday, September 30, 2005
Human Cloning
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The Church is intrinsically opposed to human cloning because human cloning takes God out of our lives and we make false gods of ourselves. We can't create life. Can we create a soul? No, and for this reason human cloning (research and experimental) is entirely wrong; only God, the author of all life, can create an immortal soul.

Recently, in a Sept. 29, 2005, article I read that Wisconsin just passed a bill banning all human cloning but will be vetoed by the governor. I will keep readers updated if I hear more on the bill in the future. Please, let's all pray that Wisconsin can overturn the veto and this bill can still become law.

Right now in the US 6 states have banned all forms of human cloning: Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, North Dakota and South Dakota.

1 comments:

del_button October 2, 2005 at 9:15 AM
Audrey said...

It's indeed sweet music to the ears when I know about the banning of human cloning, especially in the US! I didn't know that human cloning has actually been banned in a few states in the US.

Thumbs up for the Lord!

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