December 4, 2007 7:47 PM   Subscribe

My google-fu only goes so far: I'm looking for succinct summaries, explanations, and justifications of various religions' opinions/support/criticism on human cloning...

Reproductive cloning is my main focus, but therapeutic cloning opnions are also cool...

I've found a few things, such as the adamant opposition by the Roman Catholic Church, and a couple of really cool explanations by various theologians, but I'm looking for any sort of cool differences between subsets of various religions...

Thanks much.
posted by weaponsgradecarp to Religion & Philosophy (2 answers total)
The Church of Scotland has been very active and pretty thoughtful on the various kinds of cloning.'s ethical aspects of human cloning page collects some comments from various religious leaders, too.
posted by mediareport at 10:15 PM on December 4, 2007

Here are a few sources that summarize different religious perspectives on cloning.
posted by Soup at 1:47 AM on December 5, 2007

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