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Resources: euthanasia

Life Issues: Distraction from the Great Commission or Part of It?

Over the years I’ve often been told that human life issues, such as abortion and euthanasia, are not what the church of Jesus Christ is to be about.

Response To Peter Singer’s Ethics

Peter Singer, the Princeton professor, wrote in his ethics textbook, “The life of a fetus is of no greater value than the life of a nonhuman animal at a similar level of rationality, self-consciousness, awareness, capacity to feel, etc.”

A Letter From the Future

Dear Mom:

Can you believe it is 2023 already? I am still writing “22” on everything. Seems like yesterday I was sitting in first grade celebrating the century change!

I know we haven’t really chatted since Christmas. Sorry. Anyway, I have some difficult news, and I really didn’t want to talk about it face-to-face.

Ted’s had a promotion, and I should be up for a hefty raise this year if I keep putting in those crazy hours. You know how I work at it. Yes, we are still struggling with the bills.

God Has Exclusive Prerogatives Over Human Life And Death

“Nothing in all creation is hidden from God’s sight. Everything is uncovered and laid bare before the eyes of him to whom we must give account.” (Hebrews 4:13)

Aftermath Lessons from Terri Schiavo’s Life and Death

The controversy over the decision of judges to starve her to death is not going away anytime soon—and that’s a good thing.

Meet Judge Greer’s pastor

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

Perspectives from the Physician-Assisted Suicide State of Oregon

I live in Oregon, the physician-assisted suicide state. We were the first principality in human history to legalize physician-assisted suicide. (Though it was practiced in the Netherlands, it wasn't legal.)

Who Do We Think We Are? (Physician-Assisted Suicide)

Today, November 10, 1994, the outcome has been declared official. The state of Oregon became the first jurisdiction in the history of the human race to legalize physician-assisted suicide. Even the Netherlands (which commonly practices it) and Nazi Germany (which practiced it in its involuntary form) were not so bold and presumptuous as to pretend to legitimize it through making it legal. No one on the planet has ever done that until now.

Euthanasia: Mercy or Murder?

I used this article in a course I taught at Multnomah Bible College—Soc 111, Contemporary Social Ethics.

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