Atonement | Christ | Crucifixion | Death | Faith | Honor | Humanism | Self | Suicide | Worldliness

Last July, Dr. Jack Kevorkian spoke at the National Press Club in Washington, D. C. When asked about his religious beliefs, this is part of what he said: “Let’s take what people think is a dignified death. Christ–was that a dignified death? Do you think it’s dignified to hang from wood with nails through your hands and feet, bleeding, hang for three or four days, slowly dying, with people jabbing spears into your side, and people jeering you? Do you think that’s dignified? Not by a long shot. Had Christ died in my van–with people around Him who love Him . . . it would be far more dignified.” Quoted in Presbyterian Pro-Life News, Winter…

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