• Culture,  Ethics

    Death with Dignity

    Over the last couple of years, there has been a substantial push to accept what has been called the right “to die with dignity.” This idea of death with dignity is viewed by many in the culture as the final right of an individual—the ability to decide when and how to die. This is simply another push by a culture that rejects their Creator and believes in their own autonomous right to determine everything that concerns them. The irony of course is that by ending life in one final push of autonomy, an individual is catapulted into eternity where they realize how little control over their future they actually have…