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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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1 1, 20| maintained, at least when the laws permitting abortion and 2 1, 27| 27. In view of laws which permit abortion and 3 2, 42| subject not only to biological laws but also to moral ones, 4 2, 43| merely with reference to the laws of biology. Instead, we 5 2, 44| yourselves for the sake of his laws" (2 Mac 7:22-23).~ ~ 6 3, 59| promoted and approved abortion laws, and, to the extent that 7 3, 68| undermine the authority of all laws.~Finally, the more radical 8 3, 72| from God. Consequently, laws and decrees enacted in contravention 9 3, 72| indeed, the passing of such laws undermines the very nature 10 3, 72| individual. Consequently, laws which legitimize the direct 11 3, 72| relations between people. Laws which authorize and promote 12 3, 73| conscience to obey such laws; instead there is a grave 13 3, 73| courage to resist unjust human laws are born. It is the strength 14 3, 73| be campaigns to introduce laws favouring abortion, often 15 3, 74| 74. The passing of unjust laws often raises difficult problems 16 4, 90| democratic system, where laws and decisions are made on 17 4, 90| the common good. Although laws are not the only means of 18 4, 90| political leaders not to pass laws which, by disregarding the 19 4, 90| enough to remove unjust laws. The underlying causes of 20 4, 93| works to ensure that the laws and institutions of the 21 4, 97| to respect the biological laws inscribed in their person. 22 4, 100| the evil of practices and laws which are hostile to life.


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