Christianity Shall Approve Cloning

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Why?
Because Jesus was born as a complete human without the seed from a father.

Ha ha, Christianity screws up.
 
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Originally posted by Saint
Ha ha, Christianity spank!
Uh huh. I am clarvoyant. I forsee you will be banned.
 
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Why?
Because Jesus was born as a complete human without the seed from a father.
I don't know if that is a good enough reason, but by and large it is a fact that people do not wish not to die. If cloning can prolong life and is presented in an acceptable manner then I think most will come around to accepting it eventually.
 
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Saint: No. The primary objection from catholics especially is that cloning (a) undermines the sanctity of life and (b) destroys the uniqueness of each of God's children and (c) is "unnatural" and unintended by God.

Most theologians think of Jesus as being born of the "divine seed" of God (kinda like golden mist of zeus in greek mythology), not a clone of Mary/God.
 
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i think this topic is just taking up server space.
 

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