Death is part of life, but euthanasia should not be

Ephraim Radner is professor emeritus of historical theology at Wycliffe College in Toronto and author of A Time to Keep: Theology, Mortality, and the Shape of a Human Life (Baylor, 2016). An Anglican cleric, he has served as a missionary in Burundi and Haiti, and taught and pastored in the United States. He spoke with Faith Today’s Bill Fledderus about death and birth, and why he views it essential for Christians to oppose medically assisted dying.

You can also read an edited and shortened version of this conversation published in the Nov/Dec 2023 issue of Faith Today.

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