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Views on the following.? Topic: What is a research briefing
June 16, 2019 / By Harley
Question: ii would like to have people who disapprove an approve on the following voice theyre opinions. Do you believe that abortion is acceptable in cases of rape, incest, or to save/preserve the life of the mother? Do you understand and agree with the Catholic Church’s stance on contraception? Is there ever a time that you believe euthanasia is acceptable? Please explain. Do you think that the world is overpopulated? Please explain. What is your understanding of the in-vitro fertilization process? Do you think it is morally acceptable? What are your thoughts on the use of human embryonic stem cells for research? an what are reasons to be pro- life?    
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Elbie Elbie | 6 days ago
All of these answers are way too brief but you are asking too many questions in too little space. Q. Do you believe that abortion is acceptable in cases of rape, incest, or to save/preserve the life of the mother? No. That said, there are medical procedures that can save the life of the mother with the sad but unintentional side effect of killing the baby but which are not a direct abortion. Q. Do you understand and agree with the Catholic Church’s stance on contraception? Yes. Q. Is there ever a time that you believe euthanasia is acceptable? No. Q. Do you think that the world is overpopulated? No, starvation happens in certain places due to politics, greed, and hate, not world overpopulation. Q. What is your understanding of the in-vitro fertilization process? Do you think it is morally acceptable? IVF takes the act of creation out of the act of love, cheapens human dignity, and frequently kills many human beings. It is not morally acceptable. Q. What are your thoughts on the use of human embryonic stem cells for research? Killing human beings now to "harvest" embryonic stem cells to possibly save human beings in the future is not morally acceptable. Adult stem cells have cured millions, Embryonic stem cells have cured no one. Q. What are reasons to be pro- life? Who would want to be pro-death? Life is a sacred gift from God. Human beings are endowed by their Creator (at their creation) with human rights including the right to Life. Those who decide which human beings will live or die or when a human being will die is playing God (and I do not believe God is amused). With love in Christ.
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Elbie Originally Answered: Views on the following.?
All of these answers are way too brief but you are asking too many questions in too little space. Q. Do you believe that abortion is acceptable in cases of rape, incest, or to save/preserve the life of the mother? No. That said, there are medical procedures that can save the life of the mother with the sad but unintentional side effect of killing the baby but which are not a direct abortion. Q. Do you understand and agree with the Catholic Church’s stance on contraception? Yes. Q. Is there ever a time that you believe euthanasia is acceptable? No. Q. Do you think that the world is overpopulated? No, starvation happens in certain places due to politics, greed, and hate, not world overpopulation. Q. What is your understanding of the in-vitro fertilization process? Do you think it is morally acceptable? IVF takes the act of creation out of the act of love, cheapens human dignity, and frequently kills many human beings. It is not morally acceptable. Q. What are your thoughts on the use of human embryonic stem cells for research? Killing human beings now to "harvest" embryonic stem cells to possibly save human beings in the future is not morally acceptable. Adult stem cells have cured millions, Embryonic stem cells have cured no one. Q. What are reasons to be pro- life? Who would want to be pro-death? Life is a sacred gift from God. Human beings are endowed by their Creator (at their creation) with human rights including the right to Life. Those who decide which human beings will live or die or when a human being will die is playing God (and I do not believe God is amused). With love in Christ.

Carlyle Carlyle
i think abortion should be acceptable in case of rape, incest and to save the mother! though i m not really sure what Islam says about abortion in case of rape! Do not agree with the stance! No, euthanasia could not be acceptable, as we didnt create our lives so we have no right to end it too. No, its no, well actually the population is not equally divided otherwise there would have been enough space for everyone! in-vitro is not morally acceptable the last two i dont know :P
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Allen Allen
No to rape, yes to save the mother's life. No. Clearly contraception is a good idea. I want to say no on the euthanasia, but I'm not sure. Yes. There are way too many people. No, on in-vitro. If they can get the stem cells from ways other than killing babies, then I'm all for it.
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Tawny Tawny
Ohhh-K.... here I go.... When it comes to abortion, I am against it. if the baby is from rape or insist... adoption is always an option, it doesnt have to be a burden on the family. when it come to saving the mother, i am still against it, because it is God who gives life and takes it. if the baby (given life) results in the mother (taken life) is the scenario then we have to put our trust in God let it be. I disagree with the next question about contraception. What a husband and a wife do is there personal business. my concern is when the sperm and egg actually fuse, that is when we can not intercept. I think Euthanasia is a very tricky subject that im not really familiar with... but I think there are times where it is ok and there are times where its just wrong...it depends on the scenario.... Yes the worlds population is about to reach its max. its a fact if there are more births than deaths, then eventually we are gonna run out of resources. places like China and India are already pushing the limits when it comes to their resources. In virto process? fusing a sperm and egg outside the body? I really am not familiar with what doctors and scientists do... I think id be against it over all Stem cell research... im fine with it It is God who brings life and takes it.... it is not our job to take lives away
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Robin Robin
Should be done asap for rape and incest but in general yes. Islam says life starts at 4 months after conception. Prior to 4 months the fetus isn't living.....still not okay to just say...hey I change my mind. Gives you plenty of time for rape / incest. Not 100% sure of their stance....in Islam its okay as long as its not because you think you can't support the child. Islam says Allah will support a child ...might have to live on bread and butter...but if you simply aren't interested in children at that time of your life...then its okay and that's my stance. No. No just too many obese people many corrupt people in place of power and an enormous entitlement attitude in more developed nations. Its fine but only if the sperm is from the husband. I think its fine. I view myself as prolife and I think my responses are all reasonable. I think sex is between a husband and wife....and even with contraception...know kids are a possibility. If you want to have sex then you should be ready to handle that level of responsibility. And even if you don't have my view...and contraception fails....there is the morning afterpill......its not that hard to stay out of an abortion clinic.
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Robin Originally Answered: How can I see the same event in different views?
Alexia, I believe that this takes life experience. And reflection. And an analytical mind. I guess the best way to start is to think of all the times in your life where you have done something (good or bad)... and then think about that particular time what your motivations might have been, or what was influencing you to act in a certain way. From there you could also start reading about different kinds of problems people might face in their own lives. The more descriptive the better. It depends what you mean, but usually that saying refers to people who have suffered some hardship (or people who just think that their lives are so messed up and they are just drama queens)... You just need to look at people, look at patterns of behavior... I think that reading more about sociology or books on what motivates people, clinical psychology case studies, book on self help (the ones that help people set goals and achieve things), communication styles, personality types (Myers Briggs is a good one for example). Everyone is different, but i think the more you learn about yourself and the more you experience.. the more you can see the sides of a story because you would have been on both sides in some situations. But books can't really teach you to be observant, notice small details and piece together information (what you've seen, heard or known). You have to just develop it yourself. p.s - just cause people say that "walk in my shoes", you may still look at the different sides and conclude that they are in fact without any real excuse. we all judge, it's part of our nature, on a small scale we use judgment to aid basic survival to protect ourselves from harm and in a social sense it's just a different kind of survival, we're protecting ourselves from each other he he ^ ^ Good luck

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