Saturday, January 14, 2012

Church In Scotland Opposes Falconer Commission's Recommendations

Here’s more pushback from the church in the UK – in this case, Scotland.
‘Dangerous’ assisted suicide report
The parliamentary officer  for Scotland’s bishops has deemed as ‘dangerous’  proposals released last week calling for the legalisation of assisted suicide in England and Wales.
Pro-life and anti-euthanasia groups throughout the UK have also united in their condemnation of the 400-page Falconer Report.
The report, published by the Commission on Assisted Dying, chaired by Lord Falconer of Thoroton (right), requests that the law should change to permit assisted suicide for patients who are terminally ill and have less than a year to live. more

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