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Regret for legalizing euthanasia expressed by former Dutch official

Els Borst, the former Dutch Health Minister (1994-2002) who was instrumental in making the Netherlands the first nation to legalize euthanasia, now regrets the haste with which she pushed through the legislation.  Euthanasia was legalized in 2001 to make it easy for the terminally ill to end their lives, if they chose to do so. … Continue reading Regret for legalizing euthanasia expressed by former Dutch official

Christianity · religion · technology

Growth shown for internet searches on religion

In a press release today at EurekAlert.org, there has been an increase since 1997 of searches done about religion.  Popular assumptions in the United States have held that the U.S. is becoming more divided and secular regarding religion, but the Penn State research done of over 5 million searches taken from three search engines show… Continue reading Growth shown for internet searches on religion

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Jesus Christ’s teaching on capital punishment

Capital punishment has been a debated issue for many years in the U.S. and will probably remain a hot-button issue for many years to come. Even Christians tend to disagree as to whether it is right or wrong and for those Christians in favor of the death penalty, there is disagreement over what crimes should… Continue reading Jesus Christ’s teaching on capital punishment