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Should the Roman Catholic Church policy forbidding the use of contraception be changed?

  • Because it is Extremely Naive, Ignorant and Utterly Stupid:

    Their policy has killed and made great hardship for many women throughout the world. It is a policy based entirely on Ignorance. Ignorance of reality, Ignorance of the Biblical Scriptures which do not forbid Abortion and Ignorance of women's health. In the Bible, the abortion was not banned, it was only punished by the person committing the act, paying the husband an abortion Fine. Notice it had no concern for the health or comfort of the injured woman, such is typical Biblical Misogyny. Which doesn't even take into account who the real father of the child may be, as the man who hit the woman, causing the abortion, might actually be the father of the child and not the husband.

  • Yes, the Catholic church policy on contraception needs to be changed.

    I believe that the Roman Catholic Church policy forbidding the use of contraception should be changed. Times have changed a lot and couples should be able to decide when they want children, if they want children, and how many children. The church policy is obsolete and not good for a world that is already overpopulated.

  • The Roman Catholic policy on contraception is outdated.

    The Roman Catholic policy on contraception is an outdated policy that should be reversed. In early centuries little was known about healthcare and the human body. The belief was that contraception was killing a child that God had implanted. Now, however, it common knowledge that contraception is a form of prevention.

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