Strike a light. Both Rasputin and the Bishop of Oxford have taken time out from the Church's 2,000 year struggle for gay marriage, women bishops, Fairtrade chocolate, apologies for the Crusades/imperialism/Iraq War/Girls Aloud/whatever - in order to argue that doctors shouldn't be able to kill their patients. Even with their consent.
I won't go into the practical reasons why again - I wrote about 'assisted suicide' and my mother's death here.
But there's a religious reason too - one which Christians, Jews and Muslims can all agree on.
"The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord."
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