10 March 2008

Vatican Adds to List of Sins

News:
"(Within bioethics) there are areas where we absolutely must denounce some violations of the fundamental rights of human nature through experiments and genetic manipulation whose outcome is difficult to predict and control,"

Worded like this, it makes it seem as though bioengineers are trying to compete with religion, which through medieval times had a near monopoly on attempts to re-program human nature in ways that have been difficult to predict or control.

7 comments:

HRH said...

Hasn't that game been going on for awhile...does anyone know the score?

LSD said...

More sins! Are they retroactive or just from this date forward? -Man! Just when I was getting good, too.

I guess I won't be messing around with genetic experimentation any more.

cce said...

It's all so incredibly retarding, retarded, retardent...I can't find the word. But when the world is forced to take six steps backward in the name of God who calls it progress?

Dave said...

Ron,

Read Living Next Door to Alice today. Thomas nails the problem that your posts and comments address. You can find him here:

http://livingnextdoortoalice.blogspot.com/

Damon said...

Ron,

Ya might wanna update your list of future presidents.

Adios Spitzer.

ThomasLB said...

They don't really say whether "genetic manipulation" applies only to humans, or whether they're against frankenfoods, too.

Gypsy at Heart said...

As always, the Catholic church is at the vanguard of backwardness. Yet another reason why my "religion" is what I choose it to be.