Assisted Dying

Author: Leeds Area Meeting
Pub Date: 01/01/2016
Publisher: Leeds Area Meeting
A systematic theological reflection on Quaker beliefs. Widely used in theology courses. Includes questions for use in group discussions and a glossary of theological terms.
ISBN: 9780993494703
Availability: In stock


Product description
Assisted dying has become a major public issue which evokes passionate responses from people on both sides of the argument. This topical and thought-provoking collection of articles explores the issue from a wide variety of standpoints, whether professional or deeply personal. Reflections and comments by a theologian, criminologist, philosopher, sociologist, nurse, doctors and Quaker thinkers bring to the fore problems and perspectives to challenge readers. The book, aimed primarily at Quaker readership, will also help others to consider this important issue.
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