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April 9, 2018
As the opioid crisis is driving thousands of children into the foster care system, some states are ill-equipped to even provide a bed for these new foster children, let alone find them a “forever family.” It is at this critical moment that legal activist groups are seeking to leverage the power of government to impose their sexual orthodoxy upon faith-based adoption agencies. The overburdened adoption and foster care systems cannot afford to lose faith-based agencies.
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The theme of adoption echoes through the Old and New Testaments. From Israel’s being called the son of God, to the often forgotten fact that Joseph is Jesus’s adoptive father, adoption is a central theme in the grand narrative of the creation, fall, redemption, and restoration of the world. In Not by Nature but by Grace, Gilbert Meilaender offers a primer for understanding adoption through a scriptural and ethical lens. It is a timely book, with its treatment of topics such as embryo and transracial adoption, and timeless, in its discussions of human dignity and the procreative potential of the bond of marriage.
Originally posted by the Daily Signal.