As Christians, we believe that life and death is in the hands of God. This is the reason we reject suicide, abortion, euthanasia, and other practices that impinge upon responsibilities that should be God’s, and not ours. But what if a loved one is severely sick and there doesn’t seem to be much hope for recovery?And stopping painful, tiring, and expensive medical treatments, that have very little chance of success, seems like the most humane thing to do? I sit down with Professor of Christian Ethics and Philosophy at Biola University and ask him these tough questions as he works through making some important distinctions and shedding some light on where we should stand, as Christians, on this issue. Thanks for watching!