Dying to Believe

Some more of the same

Not much belief is worth dying for. Often there is foolishness that challenges the gag reflex:

Family of Jehovah’s Witness who died after refusing blood transfusion can’t keep suing doctors

The family of a Jehovah’s Witness who died after repeatedly refusing blood transfusions can’t sue the hospital where doctors begged for a chance to save her life, a state appeals court ruled.

The case, outlined in an opinion by Superior Court Judge Jacqueline O. Shogan, involves a convergence of religion, medicine and the law.

Its focus is on what happened before Terri Seels-Davila, a Jehovah’s Witness missionary, died after giving birth at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia in November 2010.

Seels-Davila, who had been serving on mission with her husband in Nicaragua, chose Hahnemann because of its “bloodless medicine” program for patients who won’t agree to having blood transfusions, including Jehovah’s Witnesses, Shogan noted. The treatment plan for Seels-Davila called for recycling her own blood back into her system.

About time I am left completely speechless. And may Jesus have mercy on our souls.

Eye Witness

I was alone in the house when the door bell chimed.


I was expecting the man who promised to come and inspect the broken window pane. Instead, there was a nice lady who wished to inform me about Jesus. She handed me the above notice, and I thanked her.

Subsequently I have learned that other commitments will prevent me from attending. I am hoping somebody reading this post will take careful notes at the meeting and get back to me. Look forward to a follow-up in a future post.

And may Jesus have mercy on your soul.