Cedarville University has graciously invited me to participate in their stellar bioethics conference from September 15 to 17. I will be doing a workshop on the last two days of the conference titled “The Art of Dying and the Culture of Resurrection: Why Gradual Dying Is Good for the Church.”
I’m privileged to be joining Nigel M. de S. Cameron, whose column I once had the pleasure of editing while I was on staff at Christianity Today. Nigel is a thoughtful and prescient thinker on these issues. The conference will also feature Christopher Hook an oncologist who practices at the Mayo Clinic and Kathy McReynolds, Director of Public Policy for the Joni and Friends Christian Institute on Disability.\
I’m looking forward to this event, and I hope to see plenty of readers there!