Euthanasia Research Paper

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Daily there are people who suffer from so many things. People suffer from illness, depression, or some form of disease that may be hard to live with. Some of these people just cannot stand to live anymore and request euthanasia. Justin Healey says explains “Euthanasia derives from the Greek for ‘eu’ (easy, good) and ‘thanatos’ (death) and refers to the practice of intentionally ending a life in order to relieve pain and suffering” (Justin Healey, 2013, pg. 1). When the physical or mental pain is too much to bare, people want the option to take their own life with the assistance of a physician. However, there has been a debate the euthanasia should be legal, but there are some people that disagree. People for Euthanasia There is no guess that people always becoming deathly ill and sometimes the pain is just too much. This is one of the many reasons why some people are for euthanasia. When sick people are at the end of their lives, the pain can be so severe that they are highly medicated and their bodies are numb. It is at this time in the lives of some, that they would rather die than to continue suffering through the pain. There was a study done in Switzerland with people of many different backgrounds that explained to researches the reasons why people chose…show more content…
Many of the people who are against euthanasia have Christian views which make euthanasia wrong. There are many scriptures in the bible that will back up the view of those Christians opposed to euthanasia. One scripture says, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot (Ecclesiastes 3:1-2, New International Version). With the bible full of other scriptures to make the case of a Christian, there is plenty to see why being opposed to euthanasia is a no
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