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Cloning - The View of Different Religions Nations 1CHRISTIANITY aStatus of the Embryo - embryo is human from conception - has a soul - cloning is useful for healing bInterference w Gods work - man is a steward helper sub regent of creation Roman Catholic - man is a co-creator Protestant - the most skeptical about interfering w God cAbortion - allowed all the way until birth if for medical reason - not allowed if the child is from rape or sick - not allowed to just get rid of the child dKinship problem w original0 age clone is the donors twin - not a problem in Christianity - Their problem what is the purpose of this embryo What are the intentions w this embryo can we determine the design of a human 2JUDAISM aStatus of the embryo - up to 40 days embryo is just water - human-like shape healing are very important bInterference w Gods work - partnership w God - you can interfere cAbortion - allowed if for medical reasons child is from rape or sick - not allowed to just get rid of the child dKinship problem w original0 age clone is the donors twin - Mother determines the religion father determines the tribe for the child 2 parents needed for passing on the religion - some rabbis say rep cloning has less problems than anonymous insemination - dont know the father cloning is at least in the family 3ISLAM aStatus of the embryo - up to 40 120 days - just water - not human - Muslim World League Mekka - cells can be only derived from adults children if no harm is done w parents consent placentaumbilical cord miscarriages embryos from in-vitro fertilization - Organization of Islamic Countries Jeddah - cloning bInterference w Gods work - man is a participant in the act of creation cAbortion same as Judaism - allowed if for medical
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