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How best for a Christian to explore the ethics of a Covid-19 vaccine that might use farmed cell-lines from aborted foetuses?

This is a matter of conscience, quite clearly. I well know how these matters may be viewed by the ungodly as I was disciplined in a certain company many years ago (final written warning on the first ...
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Is using medication derived from tissue of aborted fetuses compatible with Catholic teaching?

Is using medication or vaccines derived from tissue of aborted fetuses compatible with Catholic teaching? The short answer is no, but it is a little more complicated than a simple one word answer. ...
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How best for a Christian to explore the ethics of a Covid-19 vaccine that might use farmed cell-lines from aborted foetuses?

I wish to know both ethical considerations involved and how to identify which Covid-19 vaccinations might have such ethically questionable ‘ingredients'. How to identify The Pro-Life Charlotte Lozier ...
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How best for a Christian to explore the ethics of a Covid-19 vaccine that might use farmed cell-lines from aborted foetuses?

I do not have own insights to this topic, but I want to point to some statements of representants of the Catholic Church. In the last month many dealt with this topic, e.g the Bishops Conferences of ...
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Why do some Christians say it wrong to "play God" in medicine?

What is wrong with playing God in medicine? Playing God often refers to men doing actions that all considered best left in God’s hand, be it in a medical domain, scientific research field or other ...
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Why do some Christians say it wrong to "play God" in medicine?

I may be wrong, but I understood the phrase "playing God" medically to mean taking life and death decisions about a patient. When a medical professional decides, for example, that a patient ...
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Why do some Christians say it wrong to "play God" in medicine?

It seems to me that anything that is like what God does must be inherently good, because that is what God is. There are many medical processes that ‘seem’ to be good, but are often not - esp. in the ...
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How best for a Christian to explore the ethics of a Covid-19 vaccine that might use farmed cell-lines from aborted foetuses?

Here is a small part what is given in the name of the Evangelical Alliance UK, together with a link:- Use of fetal cell lines in vaccine development and considerations for human life One of the most ...

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