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Against Cloning Genesis 111-9 records the sad story of the building of the tower of Babel That project stands out as the first chapter in a story that continues to this day and includes many similar kind of undertakings As technology and ability increase so does mans ability to do things that are ultimately not in his best interest The first objection is that cloning is not wise Wisdom is knowing the end of a matter from the beginning Proverbs 1415 tells us The naive believes everything But the sensible man considers his steps It is sensible or prudent to think carefully about the path we are walking and where it will lead us Proverbs 223 reminds us A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself But the simple pass on and are punished We want to be the kind of people who are actively looking out for evil before we are involved in it so deeply that escaping it is hard and painful In Luke 1428ff Jesus urges this same kind of thinking we He talks about counting costs In that context He is urging us to count the cost of serving Him but the principle applies to all of life we should count the cost before we do something before we embark on a project We are at the place where wisdom says we need to stop for several reasons First no one really knows how it worked if it will work again or exactly why it worked For certain we know what they did we know the procedure But Roslin scientists have said the cloning was the result of much hit-and-miss experimentation and needs to be refined through further research Second no one knows if the procedure is safe To top it all off we have no idea where this will lead The possibilities and problems that could come from human cloning have not been thoroughly mapped out by
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