Ochrona życia człowieka w przesłaniu Jana Pawła II w Radomiu 4. czerwca 1991 roku. Refleksja teologiczno‑prawna
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John Paul II’s Letter on his first pilgrimage to the Third Republic of Poland highlighted the quintessence of human being’s life. He pinpointed the agonizing history Poles suffered from during the IIWW, which resulted in many millions of casulties. He insisted on honoring the right to life for the unborn human beings, he also identified the importance of appreciating another human, and, at the same time, highlighted the aspect of righteousness in the sphere of human life. The righteousness is defined as granting the freedom to live, and, therefore, it should influence us, as well as force us to respect their lives. The aforementioned is the foundation of any rights, beginning from the Constitution. John Paul II’s Letter in Radom in 1991 regarding the human right to life still remains modernistic. Wherever is a country with no law restrictions protecting human life of its citizens, those unborn most importantly, there is civilization/nationality at danger, not only form the biological perspective, but from the moral view as well.
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