Hello everyone, I am a high school student and as part of my subject Study of Religion, I am working on an assignment that requires me to investigate religious perspective on ethical issues. I am interested in learning more about the Anglican faith's perspective on the topic of euthanasia. As part of this task, it is important for me to conduct primary research, and therefore, I am writing in this forum to find answers to a few questions: - When exactly is the end of life? - How does euthanasia conflict with an Anglican's way of life? Is it the Anglican teachings and beliefs that influence adherents ethical decisions? - Is life considered valuable to Anglicans? If so, why? - Are there any circumstances where euthanasia be acceptable? - Is it considered evil to apply euthanasia to a terminally ill patient? It would be greatly appreciated if you would like to add more information regarding the stance of the Anglican Church on euthanasia. Thank you for spending your time answering these questions.