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Faith in America (Part II) #784162

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 22, 2005
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Special series on issues of faith in America continued.

(New York: Rehema Ellis) The role of religion in the life-or-death battle over Terri Schiavo examined; scenes shown of demonstrations to save Terri; details given of the view that the Schiavo case is an extension of the abortion debate; poll results cited. [Methodist minister Robert SCHENK††- says the way we treat the disabled is no different than how we treat the unborn or elderly.] [Last Sunday, Representative James SENSENBRENNER†- comments on the Schiavo case.] [University of Akron John GREEN†- notes most Americans do not believe medicine is entirely about faith.] [University of San Francisco theologian Rev. James BRETZKE†- says this would be the removal of an artificial block to the natural dying process.]

Brown, Campbell;
Ellis, Rehema

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