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Members of Congress I am writing in reference to the possible upcoming technology of cloning humans and altering DNA tissue makeup of the unborn child This issue will come before Congress for approval or disapproval in the near future This technology would allow scientists to alter the tissue of a future infant in regards to physical characteristics such as height appearance intelligence and birth defects It is disturbing to think that such alteration of DNA could be allowed to pass through Congress as a bill Cloning and DNA tissue alteration though there may seem to be positive and worldly aspects is in my opinion morally wrong and corrupt according to Gods word the Bible As a Christian young man I believe in the Bible as truth The Bible states in Genesis 127 So God created humankind in his image in the image of God he created them male and female he created them Gods creation can be found in Genesis 524 When God created humankind he made them in the likeness of God Male and female created he them Psalms 13913 states For it was you who formed my inmost parts you knit me in my mothers womb In the eyes of a Christian believing that Gods word is the truth it would be difficult to understand how DNA altering and cloning could be done This would be attempting to place scientists in comparison with God who is the supreme creator To try to alter his handiwork of the human being would be morally wrong God created man in his image and man was perfect until he sinned in this world Setting aside Biblical beliefs lets look at potential problems in the environment if cloning and DNA alteration were to become a reality Man has been attempting for ages to remake the earth Cross breeding trial and error has been experimental with for years New technologies have allowed scientists to manipulate the world at
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