April 14, 2006

Contradictory Pope–babble

The Pope (apparently) said of genetics in his Good Friday speech that:

[we should not] modify the very grammar of life as planned and willed by God

Q: If we're all made by this God bloke, then surely our ability to play with genetics is because of the way he made us? In which case, shouldn't the Pope be taking up this issue with his employer?


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  1. Nah it's the old free will thing. God made us capable of murder & rape, doesn't mean he meant for us to do them.

    Not that I believe any of it, of course.

    14 Apr 2006, 23:15


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