discussion question two response two

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My belief is that each person is born with some level of values but does not fully understand what their values are or mean without some life experience. It is easy to overlook what our purpose is, but I feel like that is one of the most important things about understanding our values. Each person has different values and a different purpose.

Each person has a right to their own beliefs about controversial bioethical issues such as abortion, designer babies, and stem cell research. My beliefs about abortion are very vague. I believe that a person has the right to do with their body what they wish. I do not believe that I, as a woman that has no children, and has never been pregnant and in a situation where I could question wanting to keep my baby or not, has a place to make any statements based on what others do. I believe that anything related to whether abortion is wrong, or right is circumstantial, but there should be studies to determine at what point this should no longer be aloud. According to the reading it should be very straightforward for Christians to decide what is wrong or right in this situation (Meilaender, 2013). I believe that this is another form of judgement. I do not believe that any person has a right to judge the decisions of another person. I believe that stem cell research is a great thing. If there is something that we can do with science to improve the lives of others, then why not? Adult stem cells can be used to increase significant treatment possibilities, so it is not necessary to destroy embryos to complete stem cell research (Meilaender, 2013). I understand the idea behind “designer babies” but I strongly disagree with it. We are each born with unique qualities whether is be what is to be considered good or bad. I think it is unethical to attempt to change the genes to make the “best baby”. Eugenics supports the thought that some people are born with undesirable traits (GCU, 2019) but that is unethical because it should be our own decision, and if we do not have a say in the decision then we should be born with our natural genes.


GCU. (2019). Bioethical Issues in Biological Advancements.docx. Retrieved from Grand Canyon University: https://lms-ugrad.gcu.edu../user/users.lc?operatio…

Meilaender, G. (2013). Bioethics: A Primer for Christians. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.

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