(Telegraph) Archbishop Rowan Williams: assisted suicide could spell 'disaster'

Dr Rowan Williams said that giving terminally ill people a “right to die” would put both vulnerable patients and doctors alike under threat.

In an outspoken address to the Church of England General Synod, he drew parallels with the growth of abortion and warned that changing the law would create circumstances in which life would be “legally declared to be not worth living”.

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2 comments on “(Telegraph) Archbishop Rowan Williams: assisted suicide could spell 'disaster'

  1. Jill Woodliff says:

    God bless them.

  2. MichaelA says:

    Good on ++Williams. I have criticised him on various grounds and no doubt will do so again. But when he stands up for the Truth I will proudly stand next to him. Same for +Carlisle and anyone else who spoke against this report.