How Should We Then Die?: A Christian Response to Physician-Assisted Death

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“My times are in thy hand.”

  • Explains why physician-assisted death is attractive
  • Makes a case for the value of life and wrongness of killing
  • Argues from general revelation and Scripture
  • Helps Christians undercut the logic of euthanasia

As more people accept the practice of physician-assisted death, Christians must decide whether to embrace or oppose it. Is it ethical for physicians to assist patients in hastening their own death? Should Christians who are facing death accept the offer of an assisted death?

In How Should We then Die?, physician Ewan Goligher draws from general revelation and Scripture to persuade and equip Christians to oppose physician-assisted death. Euthanasia presumes what it is like to be dead. But for Christians, death is not the end. Christ Jesus has destroyed death and brought life and immortality through the gospel.