Finishing Line Leaders Guide with DVD Paperback
by John Wyatt;
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Finishing Line Leaders Guide with DVD
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We are pleased to introduce Finishing Line - a brand new study resource addressing the issue of assisted dying, which we hope will be useful for church leaders and groups, Bible colleges and individuals in opening up conversation on this matter and exploring the key issues of assisted suicide, human dignity, medical and legal concerns, palliative care and others in a Biblical context.
Leaders Guide with text of filmed talks, pastoral notes, biblical references and prayer points for each section by Celia Bowring of CARE. Attached to the Guide is the:
DVD - Full talks by John Wyatt, introductions by Philippa Taylor, CARE's consultant on family and bioethics issues.
Course booklet in packs of ten with discussion pointers, biblical references and prayer points.
The five sections:
1. Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide - the current scene
2. What does it mean to be human?
3. Can suicide ever be a Christian way to die?
4. Dying well and dying faithfully - personal aspects.
5. Dying well and dying faithfully - medical and legal aspects.
This is a joint initiative between CARE and Keswick Ministries. Both organisations are privileged to be working with John Wyatt.
Finishing Line Leaders Guide with DVD by John Wyatt was published by CARE in July 2015 and is our 21048th best seller. The ISBN for Finishing Line Leaders Guide with DVD is 9780905195209.
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|Page last updated||2nd March 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Wyatt|
|Format||Paperback & DVD|
|Publisher||CARE (July 2015)|
|Number of Pages||54|