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The Logical Inconsistencies of Physician-Assisted Suicide

Three simple questions to ask those who favor it
January 24th, 2024

“Physician-assisted suicide trades on several logical inconsistencies: that suicide is bad, except when you’re dying; that suicides don’t act responsibly, except when they’re facing death; that personal ‘autonomy’ applies before a terminal diagnosis but not otherwise,” begins theologian John M. Grondelski.  He examines in detail each of the arguments used to justify the practice and suggests people ask three simple questions to those who advocate for physician-assisted suicide.

Read more:  The American Thinker


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