Do Western ideals of human autonomy and the alleviation of human suffering demand a much broader idea of euthanasia and assisted suicide? Some bioethicists are increasingly suggesting they do, arguing that even those diagnosed as mentally ill should have access to assisted suicide. On today’s program, Russell Moore welcomes Wesley Smith, a senior fellow at The Discovery Institute, for a conversation about the unpopular idea of human exceptionalism and what it means for a Christian view of death and suffering.
July 12, 2007
Dying with Dignity: Human Exceptionalism and the Euthanasia Debate
Words From the Fire: Hearing the Voice of God in the 10 Commandments
If God has spoken, then the highest human aspiration must be to hear what the Creator has said. God has indeed spoken, through the Ten Commandments, and Al Mohler explores this revelation of God and the implications for His people. The promise is to hear, to obey, and to live. These “Ten Words” tell us who God is and what His people should look like.