E 117 Euthanasia: A Good Death? (2000)

Issues of euthanasia and assisted suicide are hardly new on the ethical agenda. Yet conflicting views remain unresolved, and popular demand for euthanasia intensifies year by year. What are the issues? What can be learnt from the experience of the Netherlands? And what scriptural principles can we bring to bear?

This outstanding study combines expert understanding with clear explanation, and sets out the practical challenge to the church today.
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Author: Revd Dr Margaret Whipp

Margaret is an Anglican minister and a doctor with 20 years of specialist experience in oncology and palliative care. She is currently university chaplain at Oxford Brookes.

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