California Euthanasia Law

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California Euthanasia Law

Bradley Mattes   |   October 07, 2015

This week California governor Jerry Brown signed a euthanasia bill into law. It made physician-assisted suicide legal. He cited “excruciating pain” as the key reason for signing the legislation. But the evidence suggests pain isn’t the primary reason people chose to end their lives. It’s often a feeling of being unwanted and a burden to others. Patients also cite depression which can be effectively treated. In a society where over a million preborn children are killed by abortion, Americans have become less repulsed by the idea of fatally discarding the weak and vulnerable among us. It’s much easier to look the other way instead of reaching out a helping hand to those who’ve lost all hope and a will to live. Jesus would have us offer love, not a lethal dose of poison.

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