Bush Vetoes Stem Cell Bill
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08-24-2006, 03:14 PM
they're coming to take me away, haha!
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Re: Bush Vetoes Stem Cell Bill
That's true, but because of God's mercy the human race didn't stop at Adam and Eve. God still commands that life be sacred. Besides, if life really wasn't so valuable, why bother with stem cell research in the first place, or any medical research for that matter?
Perhaps, perhaps, but did it ever occur to you that this is protecting life more than taking it? The policy of taking one life to save many others is quite popular.
He would if he was scared stiff. Watch a good movie like Saving Private Ryan. Notice those paralyzed in fear. Do you think that they would give their lives? Some soldiers would quicker let them selves be killed so that they would be out of the battle than give their lives.
You depend on Hollywood for what you know about soldiers? Well, you may as well do that if you like, but I know people in the armed forces. I know how a soldier is supposed, and usually does, act under pressure and amid fear, even terror. They work harder and better. I know people that have stories about times in the field where they see this happen. So don't tell me that crock.
Wrong! A person is a person whether he is a shapeless form of cells, a infant, a full grown man, or a elder.
I'll think about your point when you point that out in the Bible.
Humanity may benefit from this research, but many humans would have to die to make it happen. How would you feel if scientists demanded 1,000 5-year-olds so they could do experiments on them, most of which fatal, just so society would benefit?
Ebryos aren't humans yet, and that is a scientific fact that can't be disputed just by belief.
Most embryos here are created in a lab, not in the wombs of women. Even then, abortion itself is wrong. This leads back to that whole issue of people keeping their clothes on.
We can agree on that. But if they're made in a lab, technically they aren't human are they? They're made by man, not by God, and therefore loose their holiness? No, that's not true. If they became children, it would, but not as embryos.
I can't answer your last question, I'm not an expert on the subject of abortions.
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