Cloning creates a body with a life force (soul) but without a
spirit given by God. The spirit gives power and animation to the
person and people are different from sheep in that they have a unique
spiritual being within them made “in the image of God”. A clone would
not possess this and would be open to being demonised – possessed by
the alternate spirit world, and empty spiritual shell, a spiritual
vacuum easily filled by the negative spirits that Scripture says
exist. Thus cloning a person sets them up to be spiritually
deficient, and possibly even demonised.
I don’t believe in God or spirits, and no one knows if humans really have a soul.
I thought a life force could not be created, just as matter can’t be created. It can only be transformed.
I’m sure when something is cloned, they use already living tissue.
If a chicken was constructed atom by atom in less that 1 second using nano-technology, would it then become animate?
If it doesn’t, then I will be inclined to believe it IS missing something, probably a “spirit”.
If it does “live”, then I’ll be pleased to say that spirits don’t exist.
Actually, in a smaller scale, why not create a cell out of atoms?
Would it instantly animate? Cells would need a spirit too I suppose.
Lots to think about there.