When It's Right To Die, Conflicting Voices, Difficult Choices; Dick Westley
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Issues of death and dying - particularly concerning euthanasia, assisted suicide and dying with dignity - have taken a new prominence in the minds of people today. Meanwhile, the Catholic Church has, by and large, abstained from participating in the debate beyond condemning all taking of innocent life as gravely immoral. This book attempts to show that a believer need not accept the official Catholic position on euthanasia and assisted suicide. It argues the case for an individual's right to choose when and how he or she will die. It critiques current cultural misperceptions of death and dying, rejects traditional positions opposed to euthanasia, and presents a justification for active voluntary euthanasia. Dick Westley is the author of "Morality and Its Beyond", "A Theology of Presence" and "Redemptive Intimacy".
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