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Is Euthanasia Biblical

Is euthanasia biblical?

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 ---Steveng on 9/1/19
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I think StevenG lost interest.
---JS1234 on 9/17/19


Kathr said, "I said you were right. Do you want my first born too?"

It would be a good start!

Seriously, it is not something he wants to take on at the moment.
---Monk_Brendan on 9/16/19


Clun y are you senile? I said you were right. Do you want my first born too?

I also said if anyone sees it differently please share. YOU DID..THANK YOU.
---kathr4453 on 9/10/19


kathr, here is exactly what you said about piercing the Lord's side.

''Jesus legs were not broken, however His side was pierced. I believe it was before He died....hastening His death. I also believe it was an act of mercy. ''

Are you aware you wrote this?

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 9/10/19


Cluny you are correct. Because Jesus was already dead they did not break his legs. But it does appear breaking the legs expedited their death, and that is why some had their legs broken, where Jesus was already dead and that they didn't have to do.

Does that make it right...NO.
---kathr4453 on 9/10/19




It is not immoral to refuse extraordinary or heroic measures where there is no reasonable hope of recovery.

It IS immoral to withhold nutrition and hydration, and possibly pain control, to hasten death, as has been done in some cases.

kathr, once more you are wrong. the Bible is clear that Jesus had already died on the cross when the Centurion (traditionally called St. Longinus=="the man with the spear") stabbed Him.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 9/9/19


Ok let's get back to the subject ....
Is euthanasia biblical.

Steveng what do you think?
---kathr4453 on 9/5/19


Joshua had his marching orders. They are not the same as our marching orders. These are our marching orders:

"Love is patient and kind, love does not envy or boast, it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way, it is not irritable or resentful, it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things."

- 1 Corinthians 13:4-7
---JS1234 on 9/5/19


Thou shalt not kill is good. And for that reason I would also advise people not to join the military.
---JS1234 on 9/3/19


Was the Book of Joshua and Judges before or after God gave that commandment? I say yes, AFTER, the law was given in the desert before they entered tho promise land...and we do see military battles taking place. I'm especially drawn to Judges 5-7. However it appears Judges is one battle after another...oh and Joshua...talking possession of the land God being the COMMANDER of that war.....hummm.

Never build a religion or doctrine on one verse folks.
---kathr4453 on 9/5/19


euthanasia...
What does biblical mean? In the Bible OR shown in the Bible it's OK.

It's in the bible, but was a HEATHAN practice. Doesn't it mean to hasten the death of one who is dying? When crucifixion took place, they broke the legs to hasten their deaths. Jesus legs were not broken, however His side was pierced. I believe it was before He died....hastening His death. I also believe it was an act of mercy.

I may be wrong here. If you have a different perspective please share.
---kathr4453 on 9/5/19




Thou shalt not kill is good. And for that reason I would also advise people not to join the military.
---JS1234 on 9/3/19


Try "Thou shalt not kill."

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 9/3/19


I'm not sure that there is anything in the Bible that speaks directly concerning euthanasia.
---JS1234 on 9/1/19


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