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Unformatted text preview: would find themselves having no one. But at the same time if they were to continue it would contradict everything they believe in. In my opinion, the only benefit that I see in this situation is towards the children because they might get a higher chance of getting adopted by a wider and more diverse part of the population. Christianity does not support the idea of sexual orientation, or marital status of the parents, which in turn, lowers the possibility for a child to get adopted. Even though this might be the case, I think that Faith-Based agencies views their actions as being the best intention for the child, which I can understand, but I really think that the solution here would be to let the children choose for themselves if this is what they want. Source: http://www.crosswalk.com/news/religion-today/faith-based-adoption-agencies-face-new-challenges.html...
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- Summer '08
- World Religions