The social conception of death is distinct in several social groups, as a result of a long historical process, marked by different customs that involve existential, subjective and spiritual dimensions. This article aims toseek to obtain the perception of the Christian community about death, and choices in the face of a terminal illness. Raising issues related to euthanasia, and the moment of death, both of the person himself and that of loved ones. The results obtained show the opinion against euthanasia on the part of Christians, it is clear that they do not consider the possibility of taking the life of a human being in cases of terminal illness. It was found that Christians choose life, be it with almost unbearable suffering, or not.