Faith First in Adoption and Foster Care

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Faith First in Adoption and Foster Care

Bradley Mattes   |   June 27, 2017

Faith-based adoption and foster care agencies often have to choose between honoring their religious beliefs or being forced to shut down.  Texas passed a law empowering these religious organizations with the right not to place children in homosexual-led households.  They can receive state funding without fear of aggressive retaliation from the government.  This could affect a woman’s decision whether or not to have an abortion, if her child would be placed in a homosexual adoptive home.  Religious adoption agencies have closed in Boston; Illinois; Washington, D.C.; and San Francisco to avoid being forced to act against their beliefs and put a child in harm’s way.  Texas joins South Dakota, Alabama, Michigan, North Dakota and Virginia, in protecting the religious and liberty rights of all their citizens.

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