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When Dr Ian Wilmut created Dolly a fully formed life from another sheeps cell it generated many different questions around the world Among these topics is the heated questions of whether or not humans should be cloned With the new technology called human cloning we are trying to find a way so that it would be beneficial to society Many people are pro-cloning arguing that it would benefit humankind in medical and science fields However for those who are anti-cloning the argument of the pro-cloning group is seen as short sighted It seems that the pro-cloning group has not thought through all of the consequences that could occur The benefits of cloning are unclear moreover the negative effects of cloning seem to be much more vivid As technology increases around the world war seems to be inevitable Cloning in the hands of military leaders could be devastating as they could create an army of evil clones Who would these cloned humans belong to Also in Christian view points humans are not to play the role of God Cloning humans goes strictly against what the Bible teaches because God alone is the creator of life Cloning might seem to be beneficial at first but long term it only has negative effects and should be altogether banned from this world One part of cloning that the pro-cloning group seems to have overlooked is who would these cloned people belong to and do we have the right to use them in any way even killing them for other REAL humans We must ask ourselves how they are going to be treated and fed They are another living form that needs to be nourished taught and disciplined The big questions is Who will do the cloning Would the government be responsible The donator of the DNA If they are created for medical uses such as the transplant of organs for terminal patients what about the rest of the
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