by Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
March 12, 2021

Government officials and lobbyists promote the false idea that people will suffer if they are not killed. We are not in the Dark Ages. Modern medicine can care for people and alleviate psychological and physical suffering.

by Michael Snyder
November 6, 2019

At one time, the elite at least attempted to conceal their boundless enthusiasm for population control from the general public, but now they aren’t even trying to hide it anymore.

by Carrie Gordon Earll
January 1, 2017

People living with terminal illness deserve more than the offer of a physician to facilitate their death. They merit true compassion and that’s not found in a bottle of pills. True compassion is when people come along side you in this journey.

by Harbingers Daily
March 22, 2021

Deaths by euthanasia and assisted suicide in the state of Victoria, Australia, have almost doubled in the region since their legalization.

by John Stonestreet & Roberto Rivera
September 19, 2018

Among the pagan practices vanquished by early Christians was infanticide. As Christianity fades in the West, so do our defenses against infanticide in all its grisly forms.

by Scott Taylor
August 30, 2016

We are a culture that is obsessed with death. We routinely take 700,000 unborn lives a year, and celebrate it. We are obsessed with Zombies, vampires, and other forms of the undead. We love our movies, TV shows and every gruesome second of death shown before our eyes in full HD surround sound.

by Sue Bohlin

Brittany Maynard, a young woman with an incurable brain tumor, recently took her own life rather than suffer through a painful, difficult descent into natural death. She had moved from California to Oregon, which is a “right-to-die” state that allows terminally ill people to be assisted in ending their lives on their terms.

by Christian Medical Fellowship

It is not difficult to appreciate the popular appeal of the living will. People realise that at some time they are likely to end up in hospital or in a long stay institution and lose their autonomy. Decisions may be taken without their consent and against their wish.

by Carrie Gordon Earll

"Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil; for Thou art with me. …"

by Christian Medical Fellowship

Euthanasia is unnecessary because alternative treatments do exist.

by McMahon, T.A.
July 1, 2015

 t is an extraordinarily deceptive scheme of the Adversary to deny a dying person what may be the final opportunity for salvation by wrapping one’s last days of physical life in a cloak of psychedelic bliss. Heartbreakingly, this drug wave will certainly increase in the days ahead, as Pollan points out: “Many of the researchers and therapists I interviewed are confident that psychedelic therapy will eventually become routine.

by Peter Saunders
July 8, 2013

Lord Falconer's Assisted Dying Bill would grant new powers enabling doctors to dispense lethal drugs to mentally competent adults, judged to have six months or less to live and who have a 'settled wish' to end their lives. As such it runs counter to the Hippocratic Oath and Judeo-Christian ethic and threatens to turn 2,500 years of medical history on its head.

by Sarah Zagorski   
Jan 2, 2015

In 2013, 650 babies died under Holland’s assisted suicide law because their parents or doctors deemed their suffering too difficult to bear.

By The History Place

In October of 1939 amid the turmoil of the outbreak of war Hitler ordered widespread "mercy killing" of the sick and disabled. Code named "Aktion T 4," the Nazi euthanasia program to eliminate "life unworthy of life" at first focused on newborns and very young children.

By S. Michael Houdmann

Question: "What does the Bible say about euthanasia and/or having a living will?"

by Kerby Anderson
14 July 2002

It is helpful to distinguish between mercy-killing and what could be called mercy-dying. Taking a human life is not the same as allowing nature to take its course by allowing a terminal patient to die. The former is immoral (and perhaps even criminal), while the latter is not. Another concern with active euthanasia is that it eliminates the possibility for recovery.


The movement from voluntary to involuntary euthanasia would be like the movement of abortion from "only for the life or health of the mother" as was proclaimed by advocates 30 years ago to today's "abortion on demand even if the baby is half born".

by Peter Saunders
November 30, 1994

Twelve Reasons... Why Euthanasia Should Not be Legalised