This article looks at gestational surrogacy as a possible method for surrogate motherhood for couples struggling with infertility. This ethics of this option must be analyzed in relation to the use of technology, the commodification of human life, the dignity of the human person, and the inherent limitations of human ability and freedom.
After showing that sex is not only intended for procreation and that the Bible does allow the regulation of reproduction, this articles evaluates the use of contraception by Christians. The author states that many contraceptives used are abortive in nature, and discourages Christians to use these contraceptives. He encourages Christians to wrestle with the issue of family planning, so that it may be done to the glory of God.