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Environmental and medical issues

Key Words

Artificial insemination Injecting semen into the uterus by
artificial means
Conservation Protecting and preserving the natural
resources and the environment

Creation The act of creating the universe or the
universe which has been created
Embryo A fertilised egg in the first 8 weeks
after…

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Global warming

Global warming means that the atmosphere of the Earth is getting warmer
and this could mean that some town and cities near the sea could
disappear under water.

Most scientists think global warming is caused by people putting too
much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, but some think…

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Nuclear waste is going to be a problem for thousands of years as it
does not decay
The Scarcity of natural resources

Resources are a problem because those, which are nonrenewable such
as, oil, natural gas, and coal will disappear. This will lead to problems in
our lifestyle. However alternative…

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Reduce pollution as they are God's Only government action can deal with
stewards problems like disposal of waste

It is only by being a good steward and Religion might change people's attitudes but
conserving the environment that a Christian it won't build an alternative energy
can become a good Christian…

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The nature and importance of transplant surgery

Transplant surgery is using healthy organs from a donor to replace a dying
organ in a patient. It is important because it can give life to dying people
and bring life out of death.

For Against…

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Some Christians only agree with Donating your organs to save lives
living transplants because using will result in good karma and may
dead people is `playing God'. lead to moksha
Some Christians believe that all Some Hindus do not allow
forms of transplant surgery are transplant surgery because they
wrong…

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