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Re: Unfaithfullness and Side Effects. Sigismund

Posted by SLS on December 29, 2009, at 7:01:11

In reply to Re: Unfaithfullness and Side Effects. SLS, posted by Sigismund on December 28, 2009, at 19:23:50

> I can't imagine God prohibiting lithium.
> Why not?
> Lack of abuse potential?

I don't know about God, but I think that because a drug has the potential of abuse is not sufficient reason to prohibit its use therapeutically. However, I think it is important to demonstrate that such a drug is efficacious in treating illness and to control its availability as is done with other prescription drugs. I guess it depends on how one uses an object that defines its appropriateness. Using a ram's horn to produce and effect is not in itself a sin. For example, one can blow through it and produce a noise that communicates meaning to others. However, one can also use it as a blunt instrument weapon to kill. I'm sure God knew this in advance of His allowing people to use it as a tool.

- Scott




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