Carlos P. AvenidoAB major in Philosophy
Exceptional EthicsFebruary 13, 2013
Pertaining to Reproductive Wellness Bill is to Change
the Course of Character
(Reaction daily news from the article of
Atty. Jose C. Sison entitled " Equally ImportantвЂќ)
There are a lot of speculations regarding the future of the Philippine people following the implementation from the Reproductive Wellness Bill. Various pro- lifestyle advocates particularly the leaders of the Catholic House of worship had released critiques and predictions about this which is termed as the transform of the course of nature specifically morality which can be under the umbrella of all-natural moral regulation. On the other hand, pro- Reproductive Well being Bill proponents have been addressing these speculations left and right to protect the peace of mind of the costs. Thus, actually after the setup of the invoice, the debates regarding the quality of this regulation are still happening.
The factors that were provided by Atty. Jose C. Sison an anti- Reproductive Wellness Bill campaigner in his content in the Filipino Star Newspaper last January 27, 2012 regarding the RH bill controversy are specifically correct. I am absolutely agree with his points not only because I actually am a pro- existence advocate nevertheless because the factors that this individual stated in the article were definitely the points as well of those who are pro- life supporters, that in such a case the proponents of the Reproductive system Health Invoice are wrecking what is not really ours, my spouse and i. e. the capacity to replicate and the obligation to comply with God's rules.
I have viewed four extremely important points inside the article of Atty. Jose C. Sison that caught my attention, and then for me, these kinds of points were actually raised by the pro- life campaigners especially from those of the Catholic Church to debunk the Reproductive system Health Bill. The 1st point can be " the check obviously discusses the poor and never poverty because the problemвЂќ. I was certainly believe this point of Mr. Sison because the goal of this expenses is obviously reducing the population, especially the poor people. Poor and...