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Submitted: November 23rd Published: September 15th Death, the end of life, is one of the most real things in life. Therefore it has always been the major concern of people to meet with it.
- Religious Groups’ Views on End-of-Life Issues
- Beliefs in and About God and Attitudes Toward Voluntary Euthanasia
- Turkish Health Professional’s Attitudes Towards Euthanasia
- Beliefs in and About God and Attitudes Toward Voluntary Euthanasia.
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Arch Intern Med. We investigated the personal attitudes toward these practices of patients receiving palliative care for advanced cancer. The interviews were audiotaped for transcription and content analysis of themes. Participants who were opposed to legalization cited religious and moral objections as their central concerns.
Religious Groups’ Views on End-of-Life Issues
Is opposition to child euthanasia motivated only by ideology, or also by other personality characteristics and individual differences? Disapproval was associated with religiousness, collectivistic morality loyalty and purity , and prosocial dispositions, in terms of emotional empathy and behavioral generosity, but not values care and fairness. It was also associated with low flexibility in existential issues and a high endorsement of slippery slope arguments, but not necessarily low openness to experience. A regression analysis showed that in addition to religiousness, low flexibility in existential issues and high empathy and generosity distinctly predicted opposition to child euthanasia. Whereas most of the findings parallel those previously reported for adult euthanasia, the role of prosocial inclinations in predicting moral opposition seems to be specific to child euthanasia. Recently, in a few countries in the world, euthanasia of human adults has been decriminalized with the law in these countries specifying conditions under which this practice is permitted. Twelve years later, in , Belgium became the first country in the world to legalize child euthanasia, that is, to extend the possibility of legal euthanasia to minors, without any age limit—whereas, technically, in the Netherlands, euthanasia of minors is legally not extended under the age of
Beliefs in and About God and Attitudes Toward Voluntary Euthanasia
About Follow Donate. Polling and Analysis. By Joseph Liu. The Assemblies of God, the largest Pentecostal denomination in the United States, opposes physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia. The denomination teaches that life is a sacred gift and that only God should determine when life ends. At the same time, the church allows that life need not be sustained at all costs when there is no hope for recovery.
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Turkish Health Professional’s Attitudes Towards Euthanasia
For many who pertain to particular theological paradigms, their faith cannot be compartmentalised, but is mobilised to inform all aspects of their being, most notably their ethical and moral persuasions. As clinicians, the concept that there are good and bad deaths is already known; understanding the origin and depth of non-physical suffering, and aiming to alleviate it is not possible without learning the individual experiences and beliefs that go with it. Spiritual care forms a fundamental consideration in the endeavor to address the holistic experience of those patients receiving palliative care.
Navigation menu. A steady drumbeat of media attention and mounting concern about control at life's end have generated serious consideration of legalizing the practices. Public discussion has centered on the desire for control over the timing and manner of death, amidst warnings about the potential abuse or harm of overriding society's long-standing prohibitions against assisting suicide or directly causing another person's death. Concurrent with this public debate, but in many ways separate from it, has been the discussion of assisted suicide and euthanasia in the medical and ethical literature.
I use data from the General Social Survey to evaluate several hypotheses regarding how beliefs in and about God predict attitudes toward voluntary euthanasia. I find that certainty in the belief in God significantly predicts negative attitudes toward voluntary euthanasia. I also find that belief in a caring God and in a God that is the primary source of moral rules significantly predicts negative attitudes toward voluntary euthanasia.
Beliefs in and About God and Attitudes Toward Voluntary Euthanasia.
There are many religious views on euthanasia , although many moral theologians are critical of the procedure. There are many views among Buddhists on the issue of euthanasia, but many are critical of the procedure. An important value of Buddhism teaching is compassion. Compassion is used by some Buddhists as a justification for euthanasia because the person suffering is relieved of pain. In Theravada Buddhism a lay person daily recites the simple formula: "I undertake the precept to abstain from destroying living beings.
Are beliefs about and behaviors toward the Bible associated with voluntary euthanasia attitudes? Using General Social Survey data and multivariate logistic regression, I find that individuals' views of the authorship and epistemological status of the Bible; the importance of the Bible in making decisions; and the frequency in which individuals read the Bible are associated with negative voluntary euthanasia attitudes, even when controlling for other religiosity and sociodemographic predictors. I find that the importance of the Bible in making decisions accounts for the effect of frequency of reading the Bible and viewing the Bible as the inspired word of God. Abstract Are beliefs about and behaviors toward the Bible associated with voluntary euthanasia attitudes?
I find that certainty in the belief in God significantly predicts negative attitudes toward voluntary euthanasia. I also find that belief in a caring God.