The Supreme Court of Canada has recently ruled on Feb. 6, 2015 that people with grievous and irremediable medical conditions should have the right to ask a doctor to help them die. The government has been given 12 months to decide how to respond to this ruling. In a recent poll, a large percentage of Canadians surveyed agreed that “a doctor should be able to help someone end their life if the person is a competent adult who is terminally ill, suffering unbearably and repeatedly asks for assistance to die.” How should we as believers respond? To help us work through this issue, we have invited Dr. Margaret Cottle to address the topic in a seminar sponsored by Tenth Church. She will be speaking from the evidence, and providing background information not highlighted by the media.