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Many people confronted with a terminal illness are confused about what they can do as a dying person This is when euthanasia is often discussed Deciding that this is the only option is a long drawn out process Being that a large part of American society is of Christian beliefs it is necessary to look at morality based on religion The main pro-suicide argument deals completely within the issue of choice If life is seen as a covenant or temporary loan from God the freedom to choose how that loan is repaid should lie directly within the person contemplating euthanasia Since life is not a gift of choice is it just to under Christian morality be able to choose the details and time of his or her death Rauscher 13 Catholic views that God is the Creator and therefore master of our fate Hence if to live a life of agony and pain is your fate as deamed by God the so a person should live his or her life as it comes and accept it We have the use of our body while we are earthly soles but we dont have absolute use of which choosing to end our lives falls Suffering through life instills humility in man since he sees that only God can comfort him in his time of suffering Accepting suffering purifies man since man relinquishes himself to the will of God Trubo 90 Trubo makes reference to one A T Welford who at the time was professor of psychology at the University of the Adelaide in Australia Welford stated that an amount of suffering is necessary to bringing out good in any individual He uses the example that sheltering a child from all worry pain and disappointment stunts a childs mental and emotional development 93 If one comes from a religiously strong background they will find that euthanasia
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