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-Christian Biochemist Defends ‘Three-Parent Baby’ Procedure

(Dr, Fazale Rana: Reasons To Believe) A Christian biochemist has come out in favor of scientific advances like the new technique which produced the ‘Three-Parent Baby’ and believes that the procedure is defensible from a Christian world view. Not only that, he argues that choosing not to pursue such scientific breakthroughs would actually be "inherently […]
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