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March 16, 2005

The slippery slope of Malthusianism

Also from AgapePress:

The executive director of the Christian Medical & Dental Associations is concerned about the life-dishonoring trend Dutch doctors are establishing with regards to euthanasia.

After admitting to killing more than 20 newborns since 1997, Dutch doctors are asking the government of the Netherlands to expand legalized euthanasia in that country. The physicians claim the babies they killed faced unbearable suffering had they been allowed to live.

Dr. David Stevens of the CMDA finds this news deeply disturbing. He warns, "Once you say that there's such a thing as a life not worthy to be lived, and once you admit that suffering -- which is very difficult to define -- justifies taking the life of an individual, then there's no logical place to draw the line."

Take a good look. That is exactly where we are heading if we let the likes of the Georges Felos and Greer determine our laws. Seventy years ago Hitler showed just what depths the devaluing of life leads to. Many are trying to push us straight for that same pit.

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 16, 2005 10:43 AM

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