Human Cloning Is It Right? Is It Wrong? This Essay Debates Human Cloning From A Christian Perspective. The Final Answer Is No; Human Cloning Should Be Banned.

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Human CloningCloning brings advances in artificial organs, cosmetics, and age reduction, while at the same time taking away a human's individuality, uniqueness, and the right to live his own life. It may correct some of the mere eight defective genes in the average human body and it may give an infertile couple the ability to have children, but manufacturing artificial life cannot give a child his own life without living in the shadow of another. God created us with our own qualities. We aren't perfect. We shouldn't expect to be. We shouldn't try to correct how God has made us. If we do, we are saying that He who created the Universe and its complexity has made a mistake. That isn't possible.Scientists have high hopes about cloning and what it might bring. They are talking about setting back the biological clocks and even giving immortality. Regenerating human parts is one of these ideas. People who once had a defective heart or liver can now be given a new one grown from their own cells. People who are paralyzed can be given another chance by being able to grow nerve cells. Bald men don't might not have to be blinded by their own reflection, they say. Hair follicles can be taken and grown to give a man the full head of hair and cover up the glare. One of the more disturbing reasons to clone is so that homosexuals may truly have their own children. Scientists can take 23 chromosomes from each male or each female and produce a baby that is actually theirs.Cloning has many promises but isn't all it's said to be. It has been the talk of the scientific world since the sheep they call Dolly was introduced to the world as the first mammal ever to be cloned. Excitement grew into the desire to create human life. Organ regeneration, advanced cosmetics, and the chance to have children were promised by scientists. After all, modern science created a sheep. Why can't it...

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