A statement concerning a general view of procreative technology in light of the moral objections often raised.
Procreative technology empowers women to take control of their reproductive potential. It involves practices that are considered immoral in almost all the major religions of the world. Procreative technology is very useful for women who have infertility problems. The use of this technology increases the chance of a woman to get pregnant. The main objection raised against this technology is its application in birth control. The moral objection against contraception techniques is that it might lead to embryo disposal.
An affirmation of the moral safeguards necessary to limit technology (what standards or limitations are necessary)
Many standards and limitations are necessary to limit the use of this technology. Strict limitations are required to prevent the misuse of this technology. The limit can be placed that a pregnant woman can only opt for abortion before a certain number of months. The standard for doctors and nursing staff should be set to choose a fertility-centric approach instead of a fertility-control approach for birth control. It must be ensured that the use of technology leaves no side effects on the reproductive ability of women using technology.
Your position on birth control in general and the particular methods you consider acceptable and unacceptable.
There are a lot of methods of birth control. In my opinion, the most acceptable method for birth control is the use of condoms. It not only ensure birth control but it also provides protection against dangerous STDs like HIV and AIDS. Another method for birth control is the use of birth control injections. These are very effective in birth control and it has minimum side effects. Non-technical methods like pulling out method are very natural. Pull out method is not very effective. Contraception pills are not accepted in almost all major religions. The method I consider to be totally unacceptable is abortion. I find it very immoral and I think it is equal to killing a baby. That’s why I consider it to be unacceptable.
Your view on artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, and surrogacy parenting.
I think that artificial insemination is an acceptable method because it does not involve any immoral practice. It just does not involve sexual intercourse. I have mixed views about Vitro fertilization. I think that surrogate parenting is like hiring a mother on rent. It is very painful for a woman to hand over her baby to another person.
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A general statement about the values and limitations of genetic intervention
Genetic intervention should focus on solving the existing medical challenges and not to create a situation where individuals use it for non-medical reasons. Every individual is created in an image of God; hence genetic intervention should only be utilized in controlling severe genetic deformity.
View concerning genetic screening and possible ethical problems
Controlling genetic deformity involves a severe medical condition that can be prevented is there is an intervention. Therefore genetic screening presents a different approach to the current treatment interventions, although it should be adopted in helping control negative traits. The ethical issues involved in this case revolve around religious principles, which emphasize the fact that the reproductive process should not be changed using scientific methods even if the procedure undertaken is likely to improve on an individual life.