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Are Organ Donations Wrong

Do you believe that organ donation is right or wrong? Does the Bible say anything about this?

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 ---Cynthia on 9/1/07
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2) So if God allows a person to live through an organ transplant, then it must be for the Good if the person LOVES GOD. Otherwise, to get caught up in issues of Life is in the blood, and emotions are in bones,eyes,hearts as is evil/good in hearts/tongues/mouths/mind/hands/feet and on and on..so much. It becomes superstitous when we consider that the spirit cannot be transferred and God ordains/controls everything. Blessings
---jody_martin on 9/4/07


2) So if God allows a person to live through an organ transplant, then it must be for the Good if the person LOVES GOD. Otherwise, to get caught up in issues of Life is in the blood, and emotions are in bones,eyes,hearts as is evil/good in hearts/tongues/mouths and on and on..So much. It becomes superstitous when we consider that the spirit cannot be transferred and God ordains/controls everything.
---jody_martin on 9/4/07


1) I just spent a LONG time researching and the information is too staggering to report but there is much information in the Bible which is applicable to organ transplant which could sway one to believe that it is not a great idea. However, after deliberation, I concluded for myself that one thing that no man can take away or transplant is the soul or spirit of a human. And what came to me was the scripture that 'ALL things work together for good to those who LOVE GOD'.:)see#2
---jody_martin on 9/4/07


No,its not wrong. In my family we have been on both ends of the giving and recieving.My nephew would not be living today had it not been for a donor.They do not take your organs if your still living and breathing on your own also the familys have to agree if you have not left wishes to be a donor. My cousin died and she gave someone sight, new kidneys,pancreas and were not sure what else.Thank God some heros realize the gift of organ donation.
---Donna on 9/3/07


I agree with Rebecca. Also, call me strange, but I am afraid of donating my organs! I always have this nagging feeling/thought that I'll get in an accident and instead of saving my life, the dr.'s will take my organs for transplant just so they can do it, like for practice. Isn't that wierd?
---sue on 9/3/07




My late brother was young and healthy when he was killed many years ago, and I wish there was a part of him living on in other people today, but at the time he was killed, we were in shock and didn't think of it. I think Bryce would have liked to help others live. :)
---Mary on 9/2/07


We are to be transformed by the renewing of our minds with the Word.
I don't think a brain transplant would help someone, unless the brain was transformed by the Lord.
---Tim on 9/2/07


Giving is a Biblical principle. I don't think it would be a sin to give something that you either don't need or, in the case of death, won't ever use again. Giving someone else life is a precious blessing.
---john on 9/2/07


Organ donation and transplants are modern medical procedures and concepts that did not exist in Biblical times as such there is no Biblical references that refer to them specifically. If someone tries to pull a verse out of context and says it supports or denies the practice I would say they are definitely stretching their exegesis ability. A resurrection body will give you every thing you need in the hear after so if you want to make an organ donation feel free to do so.
---notlaw99 on 9/2/07


I don't know if the Word says anything about this or not, but as a former dialysis technician I do know what a transplant means to someone. It means freedom to live a life not confined to a dialysis machine 3 times a week for 3-5 hrs at a time, not to mention the stain it puts on the heart, infections. Donate! It can save a life!
---betty8468 on 9/1/07




No, it isn't wrong. What is wrong is how much the Doctor's charge for that organ. And the cost of the surgery, hospital, medication, and everything else that goes with it. It isn't wrong, just expensive for the person that needs the organ.
---Rebecca_D on 9/1/07


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