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Enhanced Dying: Exploring the Dangers of Palliative Care Moving Beyond Therapy

his presentation will address how changing definitions of death, institutionalization of death, dualistic anthropology, and this new responsibility of medicine can encourage care beyond therapy to intentional sedation and assisted death. Corrected definitions and processes will be offered that will encourage responsible care of patients without violating accepted ethical standards.

Podcast Episode: 
155

Taking Another Stab: Rethinking the Killing vs. Letting Die Distinction for the Euthanasia Debate

Some bioethicists think that if the distinction is not maintained in and of itself and by itself that it opens the door for the moral permissibility of physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia. The presenter argues that this is not necessarily the case. Furthermore, he maintains that there is and ought to remain a strong prima facie prohibition against killing, and that these claims are consistent with an evangelical approach to Christian theology. 

Podcast Episode: 
156

Bioethics as Witness

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