Basic Questions on Suicide and Euthanasia: Are They Ever Right?
Each booklet in the Bio Basics Series gives information describing the controversy of the issue and the implications for Christians and the church. The series addresses each concern with answers that will honor God and protect a humanity created in His image. Written from an evangelical Christian perspective, these resources should be read by both Christians and non-Christians as they address contemporary issues often discussed in the media.
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