166 Some Ethical and Theological Considerations References 1) Immortality Institute 2003: Constitution & Bylaws, http:// imminst.org/about/constitution.php 2) Delkeskamp-Hayes, Corrina; “”The Price of Being Conciliatory: Remarks about Mellon’s Model for Hospital Chaplaincy Work in Multi-Faith Settings” in: Christian Bioethics (2003, vol.9, no.1); pg. 71 3) Pope John Paul II; “The Gospel of Life” in: Last Rights? Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Debated (1998), Eerdmans; pg.223– 4) Pope John Paul II describes this as a ‘new cultural climate’ characterized by attacks against life by a corrupt view of individual rights and the enactment of laws that deviate from basic constitutional law supported by the assistance of health care systems. ((See Endnote 4, pg.226.)) 5) Singer, Peter, 1998, “Rethinking Life and Death: A New Ethical Approach” ((See Endnote 4, pg.171–)) 6) Kevorkian, Jack, 1998, “A Fail-Safe Model for Justifiable Medically Assisted Suicide”, ((See Endnote 4, pg.263–)) 7) Editorial; “Death by Default” in Christianity Today (5 February 2001), pg. 26– 8) Drane, James F.; More Humane Medicine: A Liberal Catholic Bioethics (2003)  Attenborough 9) Clowney, Edmund; “Jesus Christ and the Lostness of Man” in: Jesus Christ: Lord of the Universe, Hope of the World (1974), InterVarsity Press; pg. 53–