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Philosophy
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PHL281H1
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Donald Ainslie

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The Sanctity of Life Pope John Paul II Section 44: Old testament states sterility is dreaded as a curse, while numerous offspring was considered a blessing The certainty that the life which parents transmit has its origins in God Life of every individual, from its very beginning, is a part of Gods plan Section 58: Of all the crimes that can be committed against life, procured abortion is really serious and abortion is an unspeakable crime Acceptance of abortion today is a telling sign of an extremely dangerous crisis of the moral sense, which is becoming more and more incapable of distinguishing between good and evil In case of abortion, there is a widespread use of ambiguous terminology such as interruption of pregnancy which tends to hide abortions true nature Perh
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