Euthanasia

A Small Catechism on Human Life (Russian translation for youth)

A Small Catechism on Human Life (Russian translation for youth)

This book examines abortion, bioethics, end-of-life and sexuality issues through the Biblical eyeglasses of Luther's Small Catechism. ...
That They May Live

That They May Live

Assisted-suicide and euthanasia present the church, society, families, and individuals with one of the most profound and emotionally ...
From Healing to Relief of Suffering

From Healing to Relief of Suffering

The Christian response to medical ethics today is to speak the Word of truth to empty lives that believe lies that say there is no ...
The Christian Response to Assisted Suicide

The Christian Response to Assisted Suicide

Many in our world are wandering in a desert of confusion, measuring the quality of health and life against oddly-contrived notions ...
I Want to Burden My Loved Ones

I Want to Burden My Loved Ones

We shouldn’t hesitate to empower our loved ones to make medical decisions for us as long as they avoid the futile question “What would ...
Hope and Guidance

Hope and Guidance

Advance medical directives convey our wishes to caregivers when we no longer can. Christians approach these differently than the world ...
Asking the Right Questions

Asking the Right Questions

When Christians face situations where they must make decisions about continued medical therapy for themselves or others, there are questions to discuss with family members, medical professionals, and their pastor. Our confidence lies not in our ability to make perfect decisions but in Jesus Christ, who holds us in His merciful hands.
Amazingly Complex

Amazingly Complex

Health care’s amazing technology also creates impossibly complex situations. Three questions that Christians can and should ask themselves can help guide decisions as life draws to its end.