|Someone asked me an interesting question:|
Someone asked me an interesting question:
Feb. 3rd, 2007 @ 08:08 pm
Can cloninig and the bible coexist? Explain. Hmmm....interesting, what do you thnk?
|Date:||February 4th, 2007 02:09 am (UTC)|| |
Um...I have a bible here on my desk and I believe that cloning is going on somewhere in the world at this moment.
So, I'd have to say that the evidence points to yes.
Are you related to a Ben or Chris or Lori Gallagher?
haha no sorry. Jane Gallagher is a fictional character from The Catcher in the Rye.
the bible is cloned every day, for years now: its called a printing press
and hey, he cloned eve from adam, end everything possible in existence exists by his express design ("and he saw that it was good"), physics didnt change by the fall of grace, so he must have intended it from the get-go.
Cloning is creating identical twins artificially, including non-simulataneously. It's nothing more or less. Grant the moral and squeamish and importance value to it as you see fit.
I think your question (ignoring the amused replies above) needs to be more specific. Which reading of the Bible? Which faith? Ethically, I think, yes - it can. But I'm not biblical expert. And there are many complicated contingencies that could (and likely will) arise.
That said, at least in the medium term (short and long term are toss-ups), I think people do a decent job of compensating and making compromises.
Certainly not: with the advent of cloning, all bibles have disappeared.
But to address your real question: hell if I know.
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