We have seen all sorts of discrimination in the world. But many do not recognize the discrimination now being leveled against Christians. The idea that Christians are being shunned or rejected because of their views seems unbelievable.

But, we are now finding that this is more and more the case. Those who refuse services because they believe it would involve them in sin are being charged and fined in America and Europe.

But, who would have thought that Christians would not be allowed to adopt?

Christian News reports:

A Christian couple in the U.K. has reportedly been denied their request to adopt two foster children in their care after they told social workers that the juveniles needed a mother and a father, and not two daddies.

. . .the couple was rejected and told that “having heard that the prospective adopters were a same-sex couple, you shared some opinions in relation to this proposed placement which are concerning … as these views could be detrimental to the long-term needs of the children.”

But the husband and wife, who have biological children of their own, don’t believe anything they said was wrong.

Once again, we see that it is not enough that homosexuality must be openly tolerated by the Christian. The Christian also must conform his thoughts. They must agree that the practice is good and right. They must be willing to teach the children in their care that there is nothing wrong with this act that God tells them is sinful.

What is so scary about this is the fact that the denial of the statement made by the Christians, is to render the mother obsolete. If two men can raise children as well as a man and a woman, then the woman brings nothing to parenting that a man cannot bring. She has really nothing to offer the child.

This means that, as far as the British government is concerned, women only birth the child. They are good for nothing else.

Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com

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