Too much emphasis on the "right to freedom" gave a sky-rocketing rise to (intense) stupidity among humans. (excuse my words, sorry)
That is because "it" is always used to justify the statement "We can do whatever we want because each of us has the right to be free". So does anyone mean because we're free, we can do any kind of sin/immorality as long as it doesn't hurt others / as long as it benefits others?
If your answer is Yes, how then do you understand this verse from the Bible:
1 Peter 2:16 "As free, yet not using liberty as a cloak for vice , but as bondservants of God." ?
I hope that GD Henri has stood up to his decision of not agreeing with euthanasia's passage until the end, not because he fears being excommunicated but because he believes that the most important thing is to consider what God would feel if he agrees to that. He may be persecuted by people but... God above praises him if he really stood firm on that decision. And besides, what is people's praise compared to God's praise? God bless GD Henri : )