Making Faithful Decisions at the End of Life

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 03 Apr 2019

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A thoughtful look at the complicated ethical, moral, and social issues around dying in modern American society. Duff approaches these issues from a Christian perspective, but a reader of any belief system (or none), interested in an honest look at death, will find much to think about here.
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Wonderful book, should be required reading for pastors, deacons involved in personal ministry, and chaplains. A wealth of information for use as a reference and to re-read periodically
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Nancy Duff, in the context of Christian faith, raises a number of questions for believers to take into account regarding death and making informed end-of-life decisions.  

I found this book very helpful in raising questions based on faith as opposed to other books on the subject that have been more medical based.  

Certainly a book worth reading and contemplating even if you yourself are not actively concerned about your own end of life.   It helps the reader see other considerations that someone facing the end of life will be thinking about.
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