Presbyterian

The Christian moral tradition allows for the possibility of withholding or withdrawing treatment when it can no longer restore life. People should not have to fear that others will unnecessarily prolong their dying .. . . Such caring may require the Christian community to take initiative in developing and supporting new models of care, such as hospice. Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide and End-of-Life Issues, Study Guide (1995).

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