138   Doesn't the decriminalization of abortion and its practical consequences, as well as its liberalization, pose serious threats to our society?

139   Are we not witnessing the execution of a scientific program of social engineering?

140   With nearly six billion inhabitants haven't we reached the limits of the earth's capacity?

141   When all is said and done, must we not stop speaking of overpopulation?

142   Is the "culture of death" a characteristic of our century?

143   Instead of being part of the "culture of death", isn't genetic manipulation oriented to the service of life?

144   Can we foresee the consequences of these manipulations and the legislation attempting to legitimize them?

145   In many of the reasons given, aren't there special reasons that impel Christians to promote respect for life?

146   Finally, would human life be a sign of hope for all men?