COMMENTARYThe slippery slope of euthanasia laws

By Sophia Kuby Posted on: | 05 April 2017
One person’s choice affects so many others, as Tom Mortier, a teacher in Belgium discovered. He once supported the country’s liberal euthanasia laws for the reasons that many do: it seemed to him if a person wants to end their life, it’s their choice. But one person’s tragic decision changed all that.

Read the full entry on our FreedomBlog here.

Sophia Kuby

Director of EU Advocacy

Sophia Kuby serves as director of European Union advocacy for ADF International in Belgium. She advocates for religious freedom, sanctity of life, and marriage and family.

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