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People's View and God's View of Bioethics

            People's View and God's View of Bioethics.
             What is normal for the human race? Is the human race in the United States normal and all other countries races abnormal? Is the United State's race abnormal? The term normal is much more difficult to define then it sounds. In genetics, normal is used to indicate the wild-type or the gene that is most suited to survival and reproduction. As for as the human race, have we come to the point where the norm is pretty much whatever we can afford?.
             When reading Newsweek, Time, and the U.S. News and World Report, I thought that the articles on genetic research stated facts and only facts. After rereading all the articles from the magazine articles I found that this was true to some extent. But, some authors put a little bios twist to the articles. They may even refer to religion in the article as well, but most of the time you have to read in between the lines. I did not see this until I reread the articles for the third time and tried to read between the lines. The first question that comes to mind, is who is the person that helps the scientist come up with the genetic research? Who is that person looking over their shoulder? Is it God? I would have to say God is that person looking over the scientist's shoulder. God was there with Gregor Mendel in 1865 when he proposed the concept of the gene (US News and World Report 120:12). God was still there in 2003 when the Human Genome Project was completed. God, will continue to be that person looking over people's shoulders helping them out.
             "Time, love, and memory suggest an inner world, a private realm where science can't go," said Jonathan Weiner, a Pulitzer Prizewinning science writer (US News and World 126:25). What is the inner world? Is the inner world that Weiner is talking about Heaven? This is a great example of how you have to read in between the lines to find and really understood the article at hand.

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