Charles Lewis is a freelance writer and former religion editor at the National Post.

Writing and speaking out against euthanasia is a blessing. There is something bracing about standing up for the truth.

Seeing Christ in the face of all: we are worthy of love

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It was a sight of beauty. Perhaps as beautiful a thing as I have ever seen. I saw it during morning rush hour on a freezing cold day in front of a busy Toronto bus stop. I was driving and fortunately the light turned red, allowing me to look more closely at what was taking place.

Long shot worth taking

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After years writing about euthanasia as the religion reporter for the National Post, followed by two years of public talks to convince Canadians that government-sanctioned killing would be a disaster, I think I have finally figured out what bothers me the most about what is taking place in our country: the disturbing lack of imagination that has taken over the public psyche about how to deal with people who are suffering.

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