Death is inevitable for us all. It may come due to disease, injury or age. The topics of death and suffering can spark fear, uncertainty and a desire to control our circumstances — to avoid what may come with the inevitable.
Physician-assisted suicide is positioned by some as a caring response to the challenge of dying.
But is it?
Should physicians, who are trained to cure, be allowed to intentionally kill their patients by means of physician-assisted suicide?
What message does this send to other patients — and the culture at large?
What are the risks of legalizing physician-assisted suicide?
What does the Bible say about end-of-life issues and how Christians should face death?