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  • Believed Euthanasia
    439 words
    To start my essay on mercy killing, I must say, there are too many situations to just have one opinion on the matter. Mercy killing, or the correct term Euthanasia, is currently illegal in Canada. Though activists keep trying to legalize it, it will be a long time before anything happens. Mercy killing, though prominent on recent CBC newscasts, has been around since before 1 BC. Wars were a very big factor for them, and there were many cases everyday. With no local pain killers, and infection re...
  • Unacceptable Killing Of A Human Person
    380 words
    Is euthanasia the mercy killing of someone who is in extreme pain in order to end suffering, an immoral or amoral act Simply put, it is an immoral act even though it is intended to help another person. It is assisting in killing another human being, and ending their existence. Euthanasia is participating in the sin of another because the doctor is aiding the patient in a sinful act. "Euthanasia is a grave violation of the law of God, since it is deliberate and morally unacceptable killing of a h...
  • Voluntary Euthanasia As An Option
    829 words
    Debatable the most controversial issue in the fields of medicine and theology, euthanasia has a great many undeniable disadvantages. A morally unacceptable way to deal with inconvenient elderly, assisted suicide allows humanity the option of living. Life being an unalienable right, should not be regarded as an option. Voluntary euthanasia as an option for the terminally ill is an inconceivable practice due to the disastrous effects it has on the individuals directly involved, society as a whole,...
  • Second Type Of Euthanasia
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    I am sitting here; thinking of how great God has been with me. I think on those people that have terminal illness, those that are in coma, without any hope. Some of them think that there is no other chance and others fight until death stop them, thinking that hope is the last think that we lost. Maybe none of you have been in that position, but I know some of you know someone who has been through it. It doesn't matter if you have faced it or not, you must think of it, because in any moment you w...
  • Passive Euthanasia As Acceptable And Active Euthanasia
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    A Case for Active Euthanasia You hope the day never comes. Your spouse has been in ICU for three weeks, and the doctor has told you there is severe irreversible brain damage. The family is called for a meeting with the doctor to make a very hard decision. All options are addressed. The decision is made to remove all IV's, feeding tubes, and the ventilator. Weepy and grief-stricken, you sign a consent form, and sit by the bed for a day or two as your spouse passes away peacefully. This is not wha...

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