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Human cloning will become more acceptable to those who reject the Creator and His Word. Cloning of humans can be opposed for a variety of reasons.
Since embryonic stem cells can trigger rejection in a recipient, researchers hope to produce ESCs by cloning a patient’s own body cells, thus producing an ESC line that would not be rejected.
Is Harvard geneticist George Church planning to follow in the footsteps of Jurassic Park’s John Hammond by re-creating Neanderthal people? Church, who was involved in the Human Genome Project, believes he can rebuild the DNA for a complete Neanderthal from DNA in Neanderthal fossils. Church wants to produce Neander-babies.
A recent breakthrough has enabled scientists to produce cloned human embryos as a new source of embryonic stem cells.
Even if cloning technology could resurrect humanity’s past, should it?
Mice frozen for 16 years have been successfully cloned by Japanese scientists. Could mammoths be next?
It’s what we’ve all been waiting for, and just in time for gift-giving season: cloned monkey embryos!
The issue of cloning and stem-cell research is again at the forefront of international debate.
A research company’s experiment to clone what it declares to be the first human embryo is being strongly condemned by the Bible-proclaiming ministry of Answers in Genesis.
Answers in Genesis had heard that the title of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s latest film The 6th Day was taken from Genesis 1:31.
How do we judge cloning according to the Bible? In answering, we will first give some biological background.
Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus on providing answers to questions about the Bible—particularly the book of Genesis—regarding key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth.