Monday, January 9, 2006

Sharon Case May Raise Theological Issues

Via Redorbit:
Like nearly everything in Israel, Ariel Sharon's condition touches both the hard-edged logic of the secular world and the vagaries of faith.

For doctors, the next medical challenge could come Monday when they start bringing Sharon out of his drug-induced coma. After that - should he need life support or fail to awaken - his case could become drawn into the thorny disagreements among Jewish scholars about the boundaries of life and what measures should be taken to sustain it.
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