Human Ethics: The Pros And Cons Of Human Cloning

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Human cloning “Nicodemus said to him, how can a man be born when he is old? Can he enter a second time into his mother's womb and be born?” Jesus answered, truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.” (John 3:4-6). When a human or an animal is cloned it means it is a genetically identical copy of an organism, and it may be naturally occurring or created in the lab. While many religious people believe this is unethical, scientists are still developing more effective inventions that will one day bring human cloning to this world. This essay will explain the background of cloning, the reasons why scientist started…show more content…
These cells could then be used for medical purposes, possibly even for growing whole organs. The stem cells cloned from someone with a disease could help researchers understand the disease and develop treatments (learn genetics). Even though, cloning can save lives in the future the topic is still very controversial. It raises a number of ethical, legal, and that need to be taking in consideration. Many organizations believe, using animals for cloning experiments is an unethical thing scientists have done. Organizations such as the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, actively condemn the cruel treatment of animals in medical research. The animal rights movement is led by humans who have made the executive decision for society that all creatures are created equal, which is to say the moral and legal status usually reserved for humans also applies to anything that crawls, flies, or swims. They seek to prohibit the use of animals for food, clothing, fur, pleasure, transportation, and sport. In particular, they oppose the use of animals for scientific and medical

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