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    Genetic Screening

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    Walking around a pet shop, I spotted fish resembling neon specks floating in a pool of water. As I looked closer, I witnessed a light show being performed by swimming schools of fish. This phenomenon grabbed my curiosity. I found an article by Sarah Zielinski with the title, “The Glow-In-The-Dark Kitty: A fluorescent green cat could help in the fight against AIDS.” “The ultimate goal of this line of research, though, is to figure out how to make humans resistant to HIV, the virus that causes…

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    sin. Stating that “Sin is an offense against reason, truth, and right conscience; it is a failure in genuine love for God…” (Brady, Bernard 2008). The church recognizes that racism is a persistent social phenomenon that needs to be stopped. Pope John Paul II even went to the extent to call racism a “plague” which suggests that racism is more than prejudice. With dealing with racism the church calls for the use of The Spheres of Interaction. The first sphere explains that responding and dealing…

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    Feminism In Miley Cyrus

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    Wrecking Ball. She began the letter by stating the perspective she is writing from and wants Miley to interpret this as “the spirit of motherliness and with love”. O’Connor is no stranger to controversy as she famously tore up a picture of Pope John Paul II on Saturday Night Live, but she finds very astonishing about the path Miley is on. She continues her letter by making many remarks that warn young Miley. The words she used may seem harsh to any other person, but she has nothing but…

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    What if our bodies had their very own repair kits? Repair kits that could heal damaged and diseased cells. With today 's technology and medical advances we do, it is called stem cells but it comes at a cost. There are two kinds of stem cells, adult and embryonic. Adult stem cells are undifferentiated cells, found throughout the body after development. Removing these, do not harm the patient. Embryonic stem cells are obtained from left over early-stage embryos in assisted fertility treatments.…

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    What Is Religion Essay

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    community of hope. The way prophets are able teach people about a community of hope is by emphasizing that those who live in poverty and are outcasts should never be forgotten because their suffering are reminiscent to the dark side of history. As said by John F. Haught in his book, What Is Religion: An Introduction, “Societies that exclude certain groups for the sake of homogeneity would lose their vitality, and so the prophets forbade such narrowing of social consciousness” (70). This is one…

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    History Of Human Cloning

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    The cloning of the sheep Dolly created a controversial issue of using human embryos in research and cloning of humans. Roe vs. Wade made abortions legal in the United States. This led to researches legally experimenting on 20 live-born fetuses. Five years later, Steptoe and Edwards reversed infertility by creating Louise Brown, the “test tube” baby. They destroyed approximately one hundred human embryos inx5 Ntheir in vitro fertilization experiment. Elizabeth Carr was the first IVF baby born…

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    Secularism And Abortion

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    For more than three decades, Americans have been deeply polarized over the issue of abortion. While the debate on abortion involves secularists as well as people of every religious tradition, the issue has become particularly acute among Christians because of strong views on both sides. Generally, the debate has been cast in terms of “pro-life” views and “pro-choice” views, but it is clearly a much more complex issue for Christians. The legality of abortion was confirmed in 1973 when the United…

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    Tension In Hamlet

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    is the ghost and what is its importance to the play and to Hamlet. The Question, Answer, Question format grabs the audience’s attention and the play begins. Narrative tension is further revealed in the Question, Answer, Question format in Act I Scene II when Claudius, the late king of Denmark’s brother and now king, marries Gertrude, Hamlet’s mother and queen. The coronation and…

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    Cavanaugh addresses such topics as free market economy, consumerism, globalization, and economic scarcity. The point of this book is not only to point out what is wrong with certain economic practices of today but also to recommend a Christian alternative. Cavanaugh aims to share a Christian perspective that uses Christian resources for the purpose of living out a different vision of economic life based on the Gospel. Cavanaugh uses the Eucharist, the church catholic, the writings of Augustine,…

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    Human Genetic Engineering: A Hero Discovery or a Society Divider? In 1997, the film Gattaca was created, which showed the public a futuristic idea of humans being able to edit and modify human genes to create “valid” humans as well as “invalids”. Today, this futuristic idea from 19 years ago has become a not so out of reach reality for society today. Human genetic engineering is the process of either adding improved DNA or deleting sections of a person’s DNA and then adding more efficient DNA in…

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