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The Churches speak on euthanasia : official statements from religious bodies and ecumenical organizations

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog845
Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
R 726 C45 1991
Place
Detroit MI
Publisher
Gale Research
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
xxviii, 212 p. ; 22.8 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"J. Gordon Melton, Christel Manning, Contributing Editor".
"Each issue of 'The Churches Speak' begins with an introductory essay which provides an overview of the topic itself and traces its recent historical manifestations. This essay also summarize, compares, and contrasts the opinions found in the individual statements, allowing the user to place each one in the appropriate context. Each essay concludes with bibliographic citations to sources for further reading on the topic. The statements presented in each monograph are arranged into four main sections based on broad religious families or traditions: The Roman Catholic Church (which represents the single largest religious body in the United States); Protestant and Eastern Orthodox Churches; Jewish Groups; and Other Religious Bodies. Within the Roman Catholic Church section, statements are arranged chronologically by issuing date. The remaining sections are subarranged alphabetically by individual churches, religious bodies, or ecumenical organizations; the statements issued by each organization are presented chronologically within that organization. Each of the four religious family sections is preceded by a note which provides background information of the family and analysis of its perspective on the issue in question." -- Preface.
Contents: Preface / J. Gordon Melton -- Introductory Essay: Euthanasia and its Moral Implications / Christel Manning -- Statements -- Index to Organizations, Statements, and Subjects.
Statements sub-divided into sections: Roman Catholic Church -- Protestant and Eastern Orthodox Churches -- Jewish Groups -- Other Religious Bodies.
OTCH Note: Anglican Church of Canada Dying: Considerations Concerning the Passage from Life to Death" (1980) included in sub-section "Protestant and Eastern Orthodox Churches".
Series
The Churches speak series ; [7]
Added Entry
Euthanasia
Melton, J. Gordon (John Gordon), 1942- , ed.
Manning, Christel, ed.
Subjects
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Christianity
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Judaism
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Buddhism
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Euthanasia - Canada
Death - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Euthanasia - Great Britain
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Church of England
Death - Religious aspects - Church of England
Death - Great Britain
Death - Canada
ISBN
0-8103-7648-2
ISSN
1043-9609
Call Number
R 726 C45 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The debate over euthanasia : Dignity and ethics at the end of physical life

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Author
Roy, David J.
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
PMC (Practical Ministry in Canada)
Date
1993 November

Dying - Considerations Concerning the Passage from Life to Death

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1174
Date
1977 August
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 70
Date
1977 August
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 70
Mover
Mr. P.J. Andrewes
Seconder
The Rev. P.C. Jefferson
Text
That
a) the report be sent back to the Task Force or a successor group for re-writing in the light of the total discussion on the floor of Synod, with a clear emphasis on the Christian concern for the sanctity of human life; such re-written report to be published for distribution and study on the authority of the National Executive Council.
b) the Task Force be encouraged to receive submissions from all interested bodies and individuals such as other churches, The Canadian Association for the Mentally Retarded, the Address of Mr. Justice Lamer of the Canadian Law Reform Commission, etc.; and
c) in the meantime Recommendations 2 and 3 on pages 18 and 19 of the interim Report be accepted as a basis for ecumenical action from the present time.
After extensive discussion and debate the Motion was put and CARRIED ACT 70
Notes
The Recommendations referred to in paragraph (c) of the Resolution are:
2) Education
A) That the Church recognize its responsibility to provide educational programmes to effect a better understanding of the needs of the dying patient, of those responsible for the patient's welfare and of the next of kin. We believe that these programmes should focus on a number of specific areas.
a) The delineation, in the continuing education of clergy, of their special role with the dying patient and with their immediate families.
b) The inclusion of similar training and experience within the academic and pastoral programmes of theological colleges.
c) To equip church people for effective ministry to the terminally ill in conjunction with the medical team and for service in volunteer Home Care programmes of hospitals.
d) The establishment of Grief Recovery groups to enable the bereaved to identify and reconcile their feeling of guilt and grief.
e) The development in the Church and in society at large of a more realistic and wholesome attitude to and acceptance of the dying process and of death itself.
B) a) That the Church urge local professional associations to initiate programmes of continuing education for doctors and nurses to develop more skillful and compassionate care of the dying and bereaved.
b) That the Church emphasize the importance of similar training in the curricula of all health care teaching institutions.
3. Patient Care
A) That the Church actively support and encourage all persons and institutions which provide effective care for the terminally ill especially the Palliative Care Units at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal and at St. Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg, working toward the establishment of similar units in other hospitals.
B) That the Church make continuing representations to provincial governments for the provision on a growing scale of small, independent units for the care of terminal patients in which conditions allow the development of close relations between patients, their families and those who care for them.
C) That the Church urge hospitals to expand Home Care programmes in the community with the support of visiting nurses, physician home visits and ancillary services so that dying patients may have the option of remaining at home in the care of their families (see Malkin, S.: "Care of the terminally ill at home", "Canadian Medical Association Journal" 115 (July 17, 1976), p.129
D) That the Church cooperate at the local level with appropriate Medical Boards, District Health Councils, professional societies, provincial associations and other agencies to initiate feasibility studies for improving further the care of dying patients and that findings be forwarded to provincial and the federal governments.
Subjects
Euthanasia - Canada
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Death - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Terminal care - Canada
Terminal care - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Palliative care - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Bioethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Church work with the bereaved - Anglican Church of Canada
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Euthanasia : a Christian perspective

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5305
Author
Patrick, John
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 1102 D37 no. 7
Author
Patrick, John
Place
[Richmond BC]
Publisher
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship of Canada
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
27 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Copyright 1997. Second printing 1998." -- verso of t.-p.
"[By] John Patrick [and] Sheila Rutledge Harding".
Includes bibliographical references.
"This paper was submitted in December 1994 to The Special Senate Committee On Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide by Dr. John Patrick and Dr. Sheila Rutledge Harding for the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada".
Both the authors are medical doctors.
Series
Connexions
Dare booklet ; 7
Added Entry
Harding, Sheila Rutledge
Wycliffe College. Institute of Evangelism
Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada
Subjects
Euthanasia - Canada
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Medical ethics - Canada
Medical ethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Call Number
BT 1102 D37 no. 7
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Euthanasia and assisted suicide

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6831
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
R 726 E9 E9 2010
Place
Markham ON
Publisher
Faith Today Publications
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
18 [+1] p. : ill. ; 21.8 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title: How merciful ?: euthanasia and assisted suicide.
"Copyright 2010 The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada". -- inside front cover.
"Author: The Centre for Faith and Public Life, The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada". -- inside front cover.
Includes bibliographical endnotes.
Contents: Belgium: Lionel, Renata and their daughter Tikva -- Canada: Mark Pickup, Founder of HumanLifeMatters -- Clarifying the Definitions -- What's Happening in Other Countries -- Current Laws in Canada -- Protecting the Vulnerable -- God's Heart: Biblical View -- A Christian Response: Palliative Care -- Praxis: Take Action -- Converse -- Endnotes.
Colophon: Printed and bound in Canada by Turnhill Graphics.
Series
Activate
Added Entry
Evangelical Fellowship of Canada
Centre for Faith and Public Life
How merciful ?: euthanasia and assisted suicide
Subjects
Euthanasia - Canada
Assisted suicide - Canada
Euthanasia - Moral and ethical aspects
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Christianity
Euthanasia - Law and legislation - Canada
Terminal care - Canada
ISBN
978-0-9813248-0-7
Call Number
R 726 E9 E9 2010
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Euthanasia and assisted suicide : the current debate

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog2382
Publication Date
c1995
Material Type
Book
Location
St Paul's-Ottawa
Call Number
R 726 E87 1995
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Stoddart
Publication Date
c1995
Physical_Description
vii, 131 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Ian Gentles."
Includes bibliographical endnotes and bibliography, p. 125-126.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Charting the Legal Trends : Euthanasia in Canada, the United States and the Netherlands / Robert Nadeau -- Invulnerable Nothings : Sue Rodriguez and the Supreme Court of Canada / Ian A. Hunter -- The Final Taboo : Rethinking Death with Dignity / Ian Gentles -- As Life Ends : Professional Care Givers on Terminal Care and Euthanasia / Elizabeth Cassidy, Barrie de Veber, Frank Henry and Ian Gentles -- Euthanasia and the Elderly: A Pilot Study / Frank Henry and Ian Gentles -- Fear and False Promises : The Challenge of Pain in the Terminally Ill / John Scott -- Notes -- Suggestions for Further Reading -- Contributors -- Index.
Added Entry
Gentles, Ian, 1941-
Cassidy, Elizabeth
de Veber, Barrie
Henry, Frank (Franklin J.)
Hunter, Ian A., 1945-
Nadeau, Robert
Scott, Henry
Subjects
Euthanasia - Canada
Assisted suicide - Canada
Euthanasia - Moral and ethical aspects
Euthanasia - Law and legislation - Canada
Terminal care - Canada
ISBN
0-7737-5731-7
Call Number
R 726 E87 1995
Location
St Paul's-Ottawa
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Euthanasia in Canada: Teetering on the edge of legalization

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article18528
Author
O'Leary, Denyse, 1950-
Journal
Faith Today
Date
1995 July - August
Author
O'Leary, Denyse, 1950-
Journal
Faith Today
Date
1995 July - August
Volume
13
Issue
4
Page
14-26
Notes
Series of articles outlining the views of proponents and opponents of euthanasia. On page 19 is a useful timetable of major events.
Subjects
Euthanasia - Canada
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Protestant Evangelical churches
Palliative treatment
Death - Canada
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Hard questions behind the Morrsion-Mills case

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article24703
Author
Harris, David
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1998 April
Author
Harris, David
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1998 April
Volume
124
Issue
4
Page
4
Notes
Editorial looks at the issues in the case of Dr. Nancy Morrsion and the charges against her.
Subjects
Morrison, Nancy
Euthanasia - Canada
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Letter to the editor: A timed death

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article38688
Author
Reid, J.T.
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2014 February
Author
Reid, J.T.
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2014 February
Volume
140
Issue
2
Page
5
Notes
"St. Elmo Nanton asks, 'Is there really such a thing as assisted suicide ?' ['Letters, The definition of assisted suicide', Jan. 2014, p. 4]. The issue of determining the time of one's death is highly emotional, but some clarity results when the legal terms associated with it are used. 'Assisted suicide', where legal, is a multi-stage process. .... Melanie Delva writes about the death of her uncle, following a lethal injection by a doctor ['Letters, Compassionate death', Jan. 2014, p. 4]. She uses the term 'physician assisted suicide'. 'Euthanasia' is the appropriate term. ... This clearly would be 'murder' in any jurisdiction that had not legally sanctioned euthanasia. It is legal in Belgium".
Subjects
Euthanasia - Law and legislation
Euthanasia - Canada
Euthanasia - Moral and ethical aspects
Assisted suicide - Canada
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