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Is it morally right to peer into a mothers womb and select a childs future according to how it is progressing or how healthy it is Is it right to use the capabilities that science has uncovered to create our children Or should those decisions and concerns be left for God According to Kim Painter prenatal testing is about reassurance couples expect to learn that their babies will be fine But its also about avoiding the births of disabled children Many people think that using prenatal genetic testing to detect disability is morally objectionable partly because it expresses a hurtful message about people with disabilities Connected with the moral objections is a second concern--that prenatal testing depends on a misunderstanding of what life with disability is really likeErik Parents When a mother becomes pregnant she might want to find out what sex the baby is or if the baby will be born nice and healthy The technology is readily available to the mother to get the prenatal testing but where does the science stop and nature kick in If it is found that the baby will not be born normal who is there to make sure that the baby is born and not aborted When does the science stop The technology is there for our parents to decide how the child is born and what condition the child is born with What about when we have the technology to change the babies to our liking Is that morally right Do we as humans have the right to play God with our offspring I say no the selection of the attributes that each human gets is a privilege that only God has the right to We as humans shouldnt have the moral right to be able to peer in to the mothers womb and decide whether the child is fit to be alive on this earth There isnt anything wrong with looking to
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