Stem Cell Research: The Religious Perspective
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The paper describes the stem cell technology that many modern religious authorities and churches see as a serious threat to the foundations of society and religious practice in the modern world. The paper is of the opinion that stem cell research should be prevented from achieving its ends. The paper posits that while one welcomes any technology that can heal the sick and wounded, this cannot be condoned if the price that we pay is the destruction of human culture and religious values.
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