Christian and Jewish attitudes towards abortion treatments
People of Roman Catholic and Catholic religions don’t often share the same views on the treatments for abortion these days. A typical Roman Catholic would look upon abortion as a foul way of risking general human life in all its essence, they believe that A child is a gift of god, and if you receive it, you’ve personally been chosen by god for this gift, So if your infertile, it’s just the path that god has chosen for you. Surrogacy is also frowned upon in this religion because any acts of artificial insemination involve masturbation and that is extremely sinful for people of this religion in question, they also believe that AID and surrogacy can in act effect and complicate the idea of a family, because it is not a true family, as someone else is contributing to it, instead of a natural conception. Roman Catholics do not like the idea of not using an act of sex to create life, and they believe that if you have not been given the gift of a child, you just haven’t got the option to use Surrogacy; they prefer and encourage couples to adopt, as this acts as a natural treatment for infertility, It’s similar with the attitudes towards IVF’s and any other embryo technology, because an IVF involves fertilising several eggs at a time, and many of the eggs are infact discarded, and this is seen as abortion in some eyes, All the rest of the embryo treatments which could threaten a woman’s life during surgery, by again moving and also discarding many embryos, is banned in this religion. In the Roman Catholic religion they basically believe that all life is a gift from god, and certain people are chosen to bare life on there hands and others just are not. Catholics however disagree with these theories and believe quite the opposite to Roman Catholics when it comes to abortion. A catholic would rightly say, if a couple had the shame of being infertile any sort of infertility treatment would be perfectly fine, as...
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