I have dedicated my life and career (which included six years of education) to agriculture and I don't for a minute pretend to play God
and shouldn't be accused of that because I support the genetic improvement of plants.
Yes when in the last years of your life and you have a terminal illness and you include in your will that you do not want to be resuscitated that is completely different you then wish the course of nature to take its course naturally but not to play God
ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING (12A) TERRY Jones directs and co-writes this otherworldly comedy, which suggests that if man was granted the ability to play God
, he would make an almighty mess of it.
Octavia Spencer will play God
in Lionsgate's adaptation of William P.
FANS of the Monty Python musical Spamalot can now decide who gets to play God
If we didn't want to play God
, we should never have developed medicine.
Peter Kasenene implies that Christians play God
when they do not stand to pronounce and actively defend the principles and values of God's kingdom they profess to hold.
These days we are told we should not play God
and condone euthanasia but surely by letting a person die slowly, perhaps in terrible agony, it could be said you are playing God.
I always knew that someone was going to come at me with a script to play God
WHICH idiot thinks it's a good idea to play God
Save the Queen by the Sex Pistols at the Olympics opening ceremony?
But for a group of youngsters to decide that they are the custodians of Sikh virtue and play God
on the subject of religious duty and moral obligation is a grotesque turn of events.
Rebus creator Rankin said: "The great thing about being a writer is you get to play God
John, seen by millions of TV viewers earlier this year taking on another all-powerful role as deputy prime minister John Prescott in political romp Confessions of a Dairy Secretary, admits it was daunting being asked to play God
If you've ever wanted to play God
, you can get a tiny taste of what it would be like to have so much power at http://roxik.
Apparently that's what happened in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina when a physician and two nurses decided to play God
and end the lives of a number of their patients with a deadly cocktail of morphine and Versed, a sedative.