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  1. Culture of life

    The phrase "culture of life" is a term used in discussion of moral theology, especially that of the Catholic Church. Its proponents describe it as a way of life based upon the theological truth that human life at all stages from conception through natural death is sacred. As such, a "culture of life" opposes practices destructive of human life, often including abortion, euthanasia, studies and medicines involving embryonic stem cells, contraception, capital punishment, unjust war, sadistic humiliation, narcissism, and excessive selfishness. In United States politics, Social conservatives frequently use the term "culture of life" in opposition to abortion and embryonic stem cell research. In 2005, 68% of White evangelical Protestants in the United States opposed abortion, 58% opposed euthanasia and 15% opposed the death penalty.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of culture of life in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of culture of life in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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  1. Shawn Carney:

    We are trying to give hope at the local level and not afraid to publicly and peacefully create a culture of life and of hope, people in this situation already feel helpless and you ca n’t look to Washington to help.

  2. Stacy Rector:

    If Tennesseans truly want to embrace a culture of life, we should be focused on healing and on crime prevention.

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  • Kultur des LebensGerman
  • Culture de la vieFrench
  • जीवन की संस्कृतिHindi
  • Cultura della vitaItalian

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    a disposition that is confused or nervous and upset
    • A. knead
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