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The practice of taking the life of human being is considered to be a criminal act in all senses. Clearly, it is the fact that the practitioners do not create one¶s life. Therefore, mercy for a reason is more likely an adduced 'Allowing' or 'permitting' someone to end one¶s life is totally against with God¶s will. Even though, God endorses the concept of natural death, mercy opposes the concept of natural death in which people are deliberately put to death. Based on the viewpoint, that practice of Euthanasia in ending someone¶s life is relatively painless. This, however, is the opinion based. In fact, one can never feel the degree of pain suffered by each patient during the prevailing situation.

sparks much debate regarding Euthanasia. however. credentials/ areas of expertise (research on author or organisatial) Enamudu Ikhofua is a Christian who lived in Nigeria up until November 20. viewpoint The author made a conclusion that he disagrees with the practice of Euthanasia. claiming that there is no reason for human being to assist or to cause someone to death under any circumstance of excuses. most of Christians in today¶s age are in favor of the practice of Euthanasia. United States of America. and had immigrated to the city of Conyers. He had experienced teaching in high school before proceeding to college for a degree course.  State author. . Atlanta (GA). Introduction Euthanasia is the method to put somebody into death in such a manner that relieves their pain. 2009. Seemingly. This. He also has a strong faith in God.  Author's background.

one can never feel the degree of pain suffered by each patient during the prevailing situation. to put someone to death is against God¶s will. Hence. Author's points in detail. it is morally wrong and against the belief of Christianity. In the same way. therefore. logic. In fact. if the person is one of your close relative. will you let such a thing to happen to them. which is the opinion based. with evidence (or lack of) aim for 2 to 3 points According to the author¶s opinion that the practice of taking the life of human being is considered to be a criminal act. regardless they have been suffering with the incurable disease?  Refer here to accuracy. reliability and variability of sources. I strongly agree with the opinion. I completely agree with this point of view of the author as Euthanasia is very immoral in general. emotion. is considered as an indirect suicide. Life is such a precious gift from God. counter-argument . I also agree with the author¶s aforementioned fact that practice of Euthanasia in ending someone¶s life is relatively painless. Imagine. Although Euthanasia is acceptable in some society. 'Allowing' or 'permitting' someone to end one¶s life is totally against with God¶s will. ending someone¶s life due to any accuses is against with Biblical principles and is still be considered as a manslaughter by law. Euthanasia as a pain control would far worse than to cure the disease. Referring to the point that. Euthanasia. The practice of Euthanasia is a dismissal of the significance and value of human life. in fact. Euthanansia is condemned as immortal sin. current relevance.

 Your agreement/ disagreement with  Overall points made  Specific points made  Ways that points were made To conclude. This proved that euthanasia was still remained unacceptable the society. This is due the fact that Euthanasia is a grievous sin according to the principle of religion. However. he had hired a team of lawyers. referring the article the author has illustrated about the case of Dr. the article is lack of the supporting evidence. I. Euthanasia has now reached its critical point as many intuitions has condemned about this practice. This simply makes the argument turned out be weak. the practice of putting someone to death due to any accuses is also considered to be illegal and taboo by the law of the nation. He is described the practice of Euthanasia through both emotional and logical responses. Although. For instance. believe that Euthanasia should be practiced to the certain extent that . Jack Kevorkian. Most of his arguments sound very credible and true. Personally. The author has included only few evidences and most of the points are point based. who were sued to the court due to the act by administering a lethal injection on one Thomas Youk. More importantly. I agree with the author on most of his arguments as all of them have a good reasoning and support. he was found guilty later on.

E.pdf Euthanasia and Christianity: Christian Views of Euthanasia and Suicide. C. Retrieved from http://www. Retrieved from http://www. (1989).euthanasia.religionfacts. Issues in Law & Medicine.htm . Retrieved from http://www. Retrieved from http://www.nightingalealliance.bible.ca/ef/topical-the-bible-and-euthanasia. Alternative to Euthanasia:Pain Management.References Arguments Against Euthanasia.497.html Conolly. Volume 4 (4). (n.com/euthanasia/christianity.htm Reeves.org/pdf/Altern_to_Euthanasia. M. (December 23 2009). Expository Files. (April 1996).d.).com/index. The Bible and Euthanasia.

Why? Euthanasia. like abortion.Lack of evidence proving the point The recognizing an "individual's right to die with dignity. and the right to suicide" It is clear from God's word that euthanasia is immoral. is intentional homicide or murder. infanticide. suicide or genocide. euthanasia. and therefore immoral .