Nearly fifty pastors have added their names to a letter I recently sent to the editor of The Advertiser, firmly but politely chastising the paper for its misrepresentation of FamilyVoice and for allowing columnist Tory Shepherd to run a persistent anti-Christian agenda.
Not all pain can be effectively managed, whether physical or psychological. In the face of unmanageable pain, some people express a clear desire to end their life.
For most of us, witnessing great suffering by another person, particularly a loved one, prompts a strong desire to find a way to end that suffering. That is why many of the
people who have a desire and willingness to give assistance to these wishes do so out of compassion and love.
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