Why Are Designer Babies Good Or Bad

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Is Genetically Modifying Babies Good or Bad.
In our 7th grade science class we are learning about genetic engineering. This first thing we talked about was Genetically modified organism. The next thing we talked about was a genetic disease. Genetic disease is a disease that doesn't have a cure and is passed down through generations. Finally we learned about designer babies. Designer babies are when parent get to pick so of there kids traits. For example this is where a parent can pick blue eyes and brown hair for there child. I feel the strongest about designer babies.
Based on my oversevation I fell that designer babies are good and bad. I believe that designer babies are bad for many reasons. I believe this because in the bible it says “God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” The bible also says “This is the book of the generations of Adam. When God created man, he made him in the likeness of God.” Finally it says “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you.” All three of these versus tell us that god created humans the way he wanted to. By changing the
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Some of my reasons are it can increase the human lifespan by 30 years, can help prevent genetic diseases, and it reduces the risk of diabetes and cancer. (“list”). Based on the evidence I found I know believe that designer babies are good because a designer baby can be protected from genetic diseases. If you can prevent a genetic diseases from happening that would be a good thing. The evidence I use to support this is there are all sorts of genetic diseases the one I learned about is genetic blindness. For example if your kid had genetic blindness you would want your kid to be able to see. So if you knew you kid was going to have genetic blindness than you could prevent it before your kid is born. That is one reason designer babies are

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