Thursday Pedagogy 20.2.14

1 Thursday pedagogy

When man tries to play God, or interfere in God/nature’s plan the results are almost always tragic, no matter how tragic the motivations might be, for example, someone frustrated with the sufferings of a crippled child, spouse decides to play God and experiment on naive human beings to find a cure. Seen too many movies/serieses on this theme, even though I always agree with the writers when they say that man should not play God, give in to God’s will, still, is not most of the human progress happened because of this? Man’s defying the things that were told to be God’s will…

Some moral issues are too complicated to be decided instantly, or perfectly. These issues always leave a large, dangling trail behind…individual trails that are followed by groups of like-minded people.

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4 comments

  1. The idea of playing God is interpreted different ways. For some people, even blood transfusions are playing God. I think the most important thing is that we act for the good of others and out of love. I don’t think you can go wrong with that outlook.

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