Dying with dignity. Sounds noble doesn’t it? When or at what point should one give up hope of recovery? Should a medical board make that decision for you? The euthanasia train is leaving the station and more and more are getting on board. However, when we begin to be tempted to play God, we might do well to remember the exceptions. Coma patients sometimes awaken against all (19 years!) odds. The euthanasia train issues no round trip tickets. The article below spells out the issues involved.
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I have long been an admirer of Clint Archer. “Dr. Clint Archer has been the senior pastor of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Durban, South Africa since 2005. He is a […]