October 10, 2016 A few blogs ago, I discussed a Time op-ed that spoke of a Christian perspective to physician assisted suicide. Understanding that Christian is a hopelessly ambiguous term, I wanted to see if there was anything noticeably Christian about the op-ed. My reflection at the time was that any advocate of PAS – Christian, religious, spiritual, or secular—could have written the piece. The… // Read More »
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