Encyclical Evangelium Vitae Origins by Pope John Paul ll
1. According to John Paul ll, what are the intrinsic connections among the threats posed by euthanasia, abortion,
artificial contraception, and fertility technologies?
Contribute to the culture of death
2. How and why does he argue that they constitute a "culture of death"?
They prevent natural birth
3. In what ways does contemporary culture offer a false or misguided notion of human freedom?
Believe you are free to choose when you actually aren't because autonomy is dangerous
4. What changes in attitude would be required to promote a "culture and civilization of life" in the present time?
What developments does John Paul ll see as "signs of hope" in this effort?
Freedom for love and from coercion like charity work
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