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* Hvad mener forfatteren med "naturens metoder"?
At man skal få børn på den korrekte og naturlige måde, som består af en mand og en kvinde, som elsker hinanden for at få et barn.

* Tror I, det betyder noget, at artiklens forfatter er præst?
Både og. Han er nok påvirket over den etisk korrekte måde pga. hans religion, i for hold til, hvis han ikke troede på noget. Men den holdning han har, er der mange andre mennesker der også har.

* Hvorfor mener forfatteren, at det "moralsk set bør det være en undtagelse at vælge faderen fra"?
Altså nu hvor han mener at naturens metode består af en mand og en kvinde, så mener han samtidigt også, at der skal være en far og mor for hvert et barn. Alle børn, fortjener at have forældre når de vokser op.

* Er det nødvendigt med både en far og en mor for at opfostre et barn?
Det mener jeg. Jeg kunne for eksempel ikke forstille mig, at vokse op uden min far og mor. Selvom jeg er skilsmisse barn, og har været det hele mit liv næsten, så synes jeg, at man fortjener at have både sin mor og far til at opfostre en.

* Synes I, det er i orden, at lave reagensglasbørn? Hvorfor/Hvorfor ikke?
Jeg synes, at det i nogle tilfælde er i orden. Hvis man som min onkel og hans kone havde brug for hjælp. Jeg synes, at det er fair hvis begge forældre er biologiske, i forhold til hvis de ikke var. Som sagt, jeg synes også, at alle børn fortjener at vokse op med deres rigtige forældre, end at blive sat ind i en familie bare for at få et barn, og aldrig komme til at vide hvordan ens far var.

* Er der nogle, der har mere ret til at få hjælp til en graviditet end…...

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