Monday, November 10, 2014

Who Can and Cannot "Die with Dignity"

While reading the excerpt from a post by Wesley J. Smith which Amy Hall of Stand to Reason posted here, I thought of how atheists heroically proclaim that life is precious because we only have one life to live. If this life is all there is, should we not cling to as much of it as we can? Is it a contradiction for an atheist to support the "right to die" movement?

On the contrary, Christians heroically proclaim that this life is only preparation for the next. If the next life is so much better than the current, should we not get there as soon as we can? Is it a contradiction for a Christian to oppose the "right to die" movement?

What are your thoughts? Sound off in the comments.

Stand firm in Christ,
Chase

1 comment:

Pamela Couvrette said...

As a Christian I proclaim my life is not my own.