khejos asks:

what are the moral implications of contraception?

In Topics: Physical Health
> 60 days ago


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greenprof2 writes:
The Roman Catholic Church says it is morally wrong to use any artificial means of contraception. I am an Episcopalian and have studied theology, yet I see no justification for this position, especially in light of the fact that the human population has already exceeded the carrying capacity for our species and our destruction of wild habitat in our expansion is causing one of the greatest extinction events for other species in the history of life. My view is that it is morally imperative for humans to restrict our birthrate and using contraception is a legitimate means to do so, IMHO.
> 60 days ago

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