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As science and technology has progressed over the years it seems to have caused dilemmas intruding on ones moral and religious beliefs Society is getting caught up in the glamour of achieving capabilities God was only once qualified to do So where do we draw the line Is it going to far when we assist in anothers suicide changes the sex of their baby based on personal preference or contributes to ones addiction by passing out paraphernalia Suicide is morally wrong in itself its even more wrong to do so with assistance involving another human being in an immoral act Because of the way the field of health has evolved theres no way to be sure what the outcome of an illness will be or what medicine might emerge in the cure of a disease You never know what new technology may enable us to get better Its one thing when we use our science and technology to contribute to the health and well being of a person but when we go as far as taking a life into our own hands were crossing the line Making such a decision as assisting with suicide you put your morals on the line you may make a decision that you might possibly regret That is why such a decision is not meant to be ours God is the only one who should have the right to decide when our time on earth is up when weve completed our purpose on earth Suicide is the one unforgivable sin whatever way it is accomplished Just recently its been possible to change the gender of a baby through genetically separating the DNA thus enabling a couple to choose the sex of their baby Having a preference on a baby is all good and well if your just thinking it but acting on it is going over the line Your making a selfish decision creating a human on your personal preference
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