From 11:30am until 1:00pm
At Central Church
Address 3102 W Ralph Rogers Rd, Sioux Falls, SD 57108
Suicide is at an all-time high. As government dedicates more attention and resources to preventing suicide, why do activists want to normalize it for the sick and elderly?
Why do they say suicide is bad for the healthy and young, but good for the sick and elderly?
Are we to conclude that the lives of the old and ill have no value and are disposable? Activists try to soften this harsh conclusion by using a language of “compassion,” “aid,” – even “mercy” – euphemisms that obscure the reality that assisted suicide is about killing human beings. Mr. Motz will situate the issue within its legal and historical context, discuss the available empirical data, and describe why assisted suicide is coercive and dangerous not for just the sick and elderly, but for all in society.
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