Biblical View of Human Cloning

Elsewhere, Kass added: “One can purchase quality control of the product only by the depersonalization of the process. Is there not wisdom in the mystery of nature that joins the pleasure of sex, the communication of love, and the desire for children — in the very activity by which we continue the chain of human existence? Is not human procreation, if properly understood and practised, itself a humanizing experience?”

1974: Dr. Fletcher’s support of attempts to clone humans

The famous ‘Situation Ethics’ Theologian Dr. Joseph Fletcher, in his 1974 book The Ethics of Genetic Control, linked humanoid manbeasts and android clones. Fletcher anticipated and almost welcomed complete animal-human hybrids.