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When someone you love is dying

Author: David Clark; Peter Emmett
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House, ©1998.
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Drs. David Clark and Peter Emmett offer Biblically sound advice for a variety of end-of-life situations from newborns and children to adults and the elderly. Step-by-step answers regarding emergency and ongoing medical options are provided. Conveying a wealth of theological, pastoral, and medical counsel, here is understandable, responsible guidance for people in crisis and their counselors.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Clark; Peter Emmett
ISBN: 0764220845 9780764220845
OCLC Number: 40642415
Description: 160 p. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Can we make good medicine better? --
Are moral questions answerable? --
What is the meaning of human life? --
What is human death? --
Why reject euthanasia? --
Does suffering make sense? --
How can Christians die well? Hoe can we go home?
Responsibility: David Clark, Peter Emmett.

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Drs. David Clark and Peter Emmett offer Biblically sound advice for a variety of end-of-life situations from newborns and children to adults and the elderly. Step-by-step answers regarding emergency and ongoing medical options are provided. Conveying a wealth of theological, pastoral, and medical counsel, here is understandable, responsible guidance for people in crisis and their counselors.

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