PCE – Procreative Technology

The desire to have children at an appropriate time is very important to us as Christians. As technology has aided in this process, it has also introduced a number of ethical quagmires. This section must include the following:

1. A statement concerning a general view of procreative technology in light of the moral objections often raised (see reading).

2. An affirmation of the moral safeguards necessary to limit technology (what standards or limitations are necessary)

3. Your position on birth control in general and the particular methods you consider acceptable and unacceptable.

4. Your view on artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, and surrogacy parenting.

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