Joni Eareckson Tada: Christians Are Giving Up, Enabling Culture to Be Worse (Interview)

Joni Eareckson Tada is a radio host and the founder of the Joni and Friends International Disability Center.
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By Samuel Smith - Posted at The Christian Post:

Popular evangelical author, radio host and disability rights activist Joni Eareckson Tada fears that evangelical Christians are bending to societal pressure and enabling the decline of American moral standards by not being willing to speak up for what is biblically right.

In an interview with The Christian Post about her newest 365-day devotional, A Spectacle of Glory: God's Light Shining through Me Every Day, Eareckson Tada touched on a political issue that hits close to her heart — physician-assisted suicide.

As Colorado recently became the sixth state to legalize physician-assisted suicide, Eareckson Tada, the founder of Joni and Friends, commented on a recent survey that found that nearly four out of ten evangelicals and two-thirds of Americans believe it is "morally acceptable" for terminally ill patients to ask their doctors for help in ending their life.


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