I am not sure if this subject has ever been discussed on the forum, but even if it had, I'd still like to approach it and hear your responses, especially from both a Biblical and ethical or moral view. Let's say you were dying of cancer, or been diagnosed with alzheimers. You know there is no cure. And you know that each day brings more pain and emotional angst. If you were given the choice to humanely end the suffering and the unknown to get to heaven on your time plan and not fate, would you elect to end your life in order to end further pain, indignity and emotional duress? Furthermore, if you could end in accordance to your plans and not those of life where the body slowly dies as it fights to remain alive, something innate to the human body, would you think God would see that as a sin? I do appreciate your views on this often emotionally charged subject ..... shalom!