Resources: euthanasia

Response To Peter Singer's Ethics

By Randy Alcorn | March 21, 2010
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

By Randy Alcorn | February 16, 2010
Note from Randy Alcorn: This is a daughter’s letter to her mother in the year 2023. The author is unknown to me, and I’ve taken the liberty to edit it slightly, and add a final sentence.

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

By Randy Alcorn | November 10, 1994
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.

Euthanasia: Mercy or Murder?

By Randy Alcorn | January 1, 1994
I used this article in a course I taught at Multnomah Bible College—Soc 111, Contemporary Social Ethics.