After Physician-Assisted Suicide Bill, Canadian Evangelicals Reassess

Christianity Today

Christians joined disability advocates and UN experts to oppose amendment, but failed to stop it. Despite the concerted political effort, Bill C-7 passed the House of Commons last month by a vote of 180–149. “Most Christians have come to grips with the fact that we are actually in a pluralistic society in which many of the points of view that they hold are minority perspectives and not majority perspectives,” said Ray Pennings, executive vice president of Cardus.

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