Inner Conflicts

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The balance between the conflict and coexistence of religion and science is extremely significant in a country that incorporates religion in their culture. As a Catholic pre-med student, I could genuinely relate to this. There are a lot of instances when sometimes I encounter inner conflicts when the academic teachings that I am exposed to contradicts the teachings from my personal faith. Some of these would include the debate about the origin of life or the controversial political issues that concerns what is morally right and what is logically necessary. One of the most controversial topics that causes these inner conflicts is abortion. Personally, I believe that life is extremely precious. As a future health care provider, I believe that …show more content…
Eventually, the natural sources of the world would run out so it is important that we should prevent this from occurring soon by controlling our population. Because of this, I would agree with the components of the RH Law. It is evident that contraceptives have the potential to reduce the problem regarding overpopulation. By allowing contraception methods to be accessible to the public especially the poor, the less privileged would have the chance to provide a better future for their families through family planning methods. It would be favorable to the society especially to women if the amount of unplanned pregnancies would decrease significantly because of this. However, like what the RH Law insists, it is equally important if the public is aware and educated about the contraception methods that they would utilize. In this way, they could properly plan the amount of children that they are capable of …show more content…
This is because regardless of the oppositions by the Catholic Church about the bill, it is evident that the RH Bill is pro-life as well. In fact, the RH Bill and the Catholic Church are exactly on the same wavelength on their stand against abortion. The only difference, however, is the solution that they propose as a response to the population problem of the country: the scientific community promotes contraception or artificial family planning methods, while the Catholic Church promotes natural family planning methods like abstinence. In this regard however, I side with the scientific solution because it natural planning methods are not enough to tackle the issue about

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