Suffering, the End of Life and Assisted Suicide — Part 1 (with Stephanie Gray)
Few issues are more difficult and controversial at the same time than the ethical issues around the end of life, particularly assisted suicide. Dealing with the inevitable losses and suffering that come at the end of life are often what motivates a request for assisted suicide. Yet there can be ways of dealing with suffering without eliminating the sufferer. Join Scott and Sean in part one of their interview pro-life advocate Stephanie Gray in a conversation about suffering and the end of life, in her new book To Assist or Not to Assist: A Life Affirming Reflection on the Universal Experience of Suffering.
Show notes, including a full transcript, are available at: biola.edu/thinkbiblically