4. Our faith says that robots are not right because they are like shells of a human but they do not have a soul or a conscience so they should not be existent in humanoid forms.
I completely agree with your view on how Catholics see this, and I think that Catholics should be more accepting of newer technology and not have such a deep hatred towards technology.
I agree with you because robots don't have souls.
4.; In my opinion, our faith is not one that promotes this type of technology. God would not want us to be a world ruled by technology. Man-made machines are ok, until we begin to make them take over our jobs, obligations, and responsibilities. That is when the Catholic religion puts it’s foot down.
Our faith says about technology is that technology doesn't believe technology are beings and they should be treated as items and not depend of them because they are created they weren't born or raised like a human being with a soul. A robot takes the figure of a human but doesn't have a soul like a human.
Our faith has many opinions on such technology. Our faith says that robots are un-human they can not do what we do create and imagine. If they do become human like we will lose our own connection with being human.
Our faith might not be fully supportive of this , because we are giving man created life , and God is the only one who should , but they cant argue with the fact that is way better putting robots at risk instead of people such as fire fighters or soldiers even police men.
I agree because it is better to protect human life than a robots
i agree with you. our faith want us to be equal to everything. i think this break our faith of that. and i think our faith will not want us to depend on technology so much.
Our faith does not believe in such technology. However we can use technology to grow our faith. You can spread what you believe in, by posting something on a social media site. You can connect with other people who have the same beliefs as you do.
I agree because technology allows us to communicate more easily and efficiently with each other and to spread the news of God. This technology will make our lives easier, making us more appreciative of the intelligent minds that God gave us to create such technology.
i think that our faith does not believe in robots because god created us all and he would not want use creating humans that are not his creations.
I agree with your opinion on how our faith thinks about robots. Robots are not really "human" they are more like a humanoid device but lack their own intuition and a soul.
i agree that robots should not be created because it is not what god created you are right
In our faith, we believe that technology isn’t a bad thing, but if we are using it to keep people alive that should move on, they see it as inappropriate. In the case of Robots since they do not have souls I would think that they aren’t accepted into the Christian culture. Robots cannot have compassion and do not have emotion so really, what they are programmed to do is what the human that programmed it would do or feel.
I think that our faith has two opinions about this kind of technology. The first opinion is that this type of technology has the ability to expand our ideas and thoughts, aid us with whatever we need, and provide efficient service. However, the second opinion is that this type of technology is against God's will. I think that he will not approve of this because robots are a lifeless machine without soul or emotion. They are created for the sole purpose of serving humans. With this type of technology, people tend to become lazier because they have someone else to do their duties. God would not want this type of technology to consume our everyday lives.
4. The Christian faith doesn't believe technology should get to a point when robots are walking amongst humans almost as equals. Since robots don’t have souls, they are like empty human shells, and the Christian faith would not accept them due to this. The robot’s similarity to humans would probably upset the church, as they believe the human body is a sacred thing, and that God’s work shouldn't be imitated or duplicated in unnatural methods.
Yah, I agree with you, i don't really think the Christian faith would really approve of these robots even though they do a lot of good. Never the less good point, 10/10 would read again.
I think our belief may not support it. Because we should build up the society by ourselves instead of depending on robots in some ways even the robots have safety loophole. And they are machine with the shape of people. They shouldn’t exist so extensive in our lives. It is also unfair for the robots. They do the same job as people not have different treatment
I support your loophole idea if anything could go wrong it would most likely be terrifying, and I also believe we are meant to be self-sufficient and we don’t have to be dependant on materialism.
4. I believe our faith does not support such technology because robots are man made unlike humans which God created for the sole purpose to have life on earth. I think if robots were greatly developed, it would eliminate God’s purpose of creating humans.
I think that our faith can accept these types of technology because it can benefit them too but they believe that technology is created by humans which humans has souls unlike technologies that was created. they can be program like humans but they are still not alive like us. Technology is just been considered as a help to human beings. our faith rejects some technology that is use in humans like designer babies and mutations that are not really naturally made but made by humans. We can be playing gods but we still know that this kinds of things is not real and its so far from reality.
I'm glad your learning from our anthropology class.
I agree with you, that we are playing god when we make human robots and the fact of trying to make human from metal is king of ridiculous cause no actual human is made of metal.
I think our faith should not support it. It wouldn't be right if robots took over humans lives when we were created for a reason and a purpose.
I think our faith says that technology should be limited in a humans life. If we are using it to find information like google or for our entertainment such as movies, or even to make life simple by e-commerce I think that is okay, however it is when we start to abuse technology such as "playing God" or genetically modifying such as the grapple half grape half apple; and we start giving life to in animate objects, that we are pushing the limits to which our faith accepts. If we build human like robots we are Playing God in the sense that catholic religion believes that the soul is given by god, our mind and the way we perceive life will be changed and if we accept this, then we are questioning god himself.
I like your opinion and view on this subject. It is really clear and I really agree with what you said. Excellent job with this!
Our faith is in disagreement with the development of this kind of technology. Our faith would specifically disagree with treating robots as if they were humans and had natural emotions. This is unnatural and wrong, as humans would treat robots with more love than other humans. The Bible itself has passages that outwardly shun the idea of this sort of technology, “‘Cursed be the man who makes a carved or cast metal image, an abomination to the Lord, a thing made by the hands of a craftsman, and sets it up in secret.’ And all the people shall answer and say, ‘Amen.’ (Deuteronomy 27:15).
In our faith, we should believe that technology isn’t a bad thing, but if we are using it to keep people alive then it isnt such a bad thing. If we build human like robots we are Playing God in the sense that catholic religion believes that these human robots can make a significant change to out society and faith.
4.In the church Catholics who practice and believe in faith think very negative about technology, the old men apart of the Vatican are even against progress even if it involves people who are sick or infertile. The church believes we should be at the service of man and not vice versa.
Their is no greater technology than God. And that robots our like a piece of us. They are what we cannot hope to be but only strive towards their perfection.
I think our faith is against this kind of technology. Just because we came so far without them and we will be fine to live on this earth without them.
4. Our faith tells us that humans have the capacity to develop this technology but we should never lose sight of who are as a race and we should not technology overtake our lives. Robots lack compassion and feelings and that is why they can never replace us.
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