Leonard Tumaini Chuwa, PhD’s newly released “Bioethics of Nonexistence” delves into the ethical dilemmas of human-assisted death and its impact on dignity and welfare

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“Bioethics of Nonexistence” from Christian Faith Publishing author Leonard Tumaini Chuwa, PhD is a comprehensive account that discusses human-assisted deaths that present a critique on life and morality.

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“Bioethics of Nonexistence”: an edifying opus that tackles the ethics surrounding euthanasia and assisted suicide and how the human mindset concludes such that greatly skews dignity and humanity. “Bioethics of Nonexistence” is the creation of published author Leonard Tumaini Chuwa, PhD, a Catholic priest, bioethicist, and NACC-certified chaplain working as State Director of Pastoral Care for the Ascension in Florida and the Gulf Coast.

Chuwa shares, “The greatest violence and violation of human life is legalization of its disposability and annihilation based on its condition. Such killing, whether of self or another, depicts absolute contradiction and betrayal of the very hypothesis of humanity. It manifests absolute failure to provide due care, and that is inhuman. Human life is who we are. It is the basis of any argument for human rights. There cannot be a right to terminate the existence of the rights bearer. Such a right contradicts the possibility of its own existence. There cannot be dignity in terminating the one in whom dignity resides. There can only be indignity in killing a person. The paradox of legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide represents humanity turned on itself. It is endorsement of existential nihilism and objectification of human life. It is the beginning of the end of humanhood. This book is a critical ethical exploration of mindsets around euthanasia and assisted suicide to provide clarity, sobriety, and objectivity. The book is really about ontology of human life.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Leonard Tumaini Chuwa, PhD’s new book is an outlook at human life that explores the dynamics of life and death as well as the implications regarding its unnatural termination due to certain reasons.

This book will educate individuals on what life truly means and how its abnormal expiration through human-assisted disposal inspires conundrums that question humanity and decency.

View the synopsis of “Bioethics of Nonexistence” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Bioethics of Nonexistence” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Bioethics of Nonexistence,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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