Meet: The Architect
It is strange to think about the fact that the story of the crucifixion of jesus was the first state assisted suicide (at least that we know of). Why do many christians oppose state assisted suicide today? Doesn't it make more sense that christians should support state assisted suicide, since it was the means by which their lord chose to kill himself? I am not saying that state assisted suicide is right or wrong (so do not put words in my mouth), but I would like to hear some of the wonderful rationalizations and excuses that you may have about this event. Actually, since jesus presumably have cancer (or any other terminal disease), you would think that christians would be against jesus' state assisted suicide. I do not think Dr. Korvorkian would have assisted jesus in his demise - I guess that is why he used human beings as his pawns in his "great" plan.