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Date: 10/14/02 02:46:56 PM

Name: Mo4

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Subject: Re: Re: Re: A Quiz & A Question

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I can't express the excitement I felt when I saw an anonymous response to my quiz thread! At last, someone will have engaged a substantive natural law issue, at least insofar as they might reply directly to my post.

Sigh

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Rah, Rah, Rah!!!!!

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Very good question, Mom! Good quiz, and a point well-made.

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True or False Quiz

1) Man has unlimited dominion over his body.

2) Man has a reasonable, limited dominion over his body.

3) Modern medicine intervenes in biological functions.

4) The thrust of modern medicine is to intervene for the benefit of the biological organism only.

5) The thrust of modern medicine is to intervene for the benefit of the whole person when it interferes with biological functions.

6)Generative faculties are a biological function.

7) In the practice of medicine, the Church teaches that man has a limited dominion over his biological functions.

Humanae Vitae says that man has no dominion over the biological functions related to the transmission of life.

True or False Quiz Answers

1) Man has unlimited dominion over his body. FALSE

2) Man has a reasonable, limited dominion over his body. TRUE

3) Modern medicine intervenes in biological functions. TRUE

4) The thrust of modern medicine is to intervene for the benefit of the biological organism only. FALSE

5) The thrust of modern medicine is to intervene for the benefit of the whole person when it interferes with biological functions. TRUE

6)Generative faculties are a biological function. TRUE

7) In the practice of medicine, the Church teaches that man has a limited dominion over his biological functions. TRUE

Humanae Vitae says that man has NO dominion over the biological functions related to the transmission of life. TRUE

Question: What is the Church's reasoning for the apparent disparity between man having limited dominion over his biological functions in the practice of medicine but no dominion over those biological functions which are generative, that is, related to the transmission of life?


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