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Oregon Patient With Dementia Given Suicide: Decision Falls Upon HMO Administrator

The psychiatrist who evaluated her declared Kate Cheney, an 85-year-old woman with growing dementia, ineligible for assisted suicide.

A Stumbling Block: What it is and What it isn’t

A Stumbling Block: What it is and What it isn't

The stumbling block of 1 Corinthians 8 (and Romans 14) is an action, taken by a biblically informed believer, that does not in itself violate any scriptural precept or principle, but which a less knowledgeable or less mature believer might imitate, in a way that violates his conscience.

How Could a Good God Allow Evil and Suffering?

A year and a half ago I walked through the Killing Fields in Cambodia. I saw the skulls piled up, and stood by the mudpits where hundreds of bodies were thrown. 

Scandal of Evangelical Dishonesty

I am painfully aware that the subjects I address in this article are uncomfortable and controversial.

Feeding Tubes and Hydration—What’s Best For Our Loved Ones?

Everyone deserves tube feeding and hydration. Right? Well, yes. Yet, like many seemingly simple questions, the answer may not be quite as simple when we consider individual cases.

Biblical Principles for Godly Verbal Communication

Biblical Principles for Godly Verbal Communication

With his mouth the godless man destroys his neighbor (Proverbs 11:9).

Biblical and Ethical Issues That Have Bearing on This Election

This letter was written in the Fall of 2004 regarding the upcoming November election.

Meet Judge Greer’s pastor

If we had more pastors like Rice, we’d have fewer judges like Greer.

Is it wrong to vote for the lesser of two evils?

I do know my conscience won’t permit me to cast a vote for those who turn their back on children, and defend the shedding of innocent blood.

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