The godtards are fond of claiming that nonheterosexuals adopting children is bad for the kids.
As bad as this, I wonder?
An evangelical preacher killed his wife several years ago and stuffed her body in a freezer after she caught him abusing their daughter, according to police and court documents.
Anthony Hopkins murdered his wife in 2004 after she caught him fucking their daughter, who would have been around 15 at the time. He then forced his daughter to help him hide her mother's body in a freezer.

That's pretty bad, but the capper is likely this, from a colleague who described Hopkins's last service (the one after which he was arrested):
His message, she said, was about forgiveness and not passing judgment -- and at one point, he turned to his seven children and asked them to forgive him his past, present and future.
Forgiveness. Not passing judgment. Isn't that convenient?

But when you think about it, that's what's wrong with a lot of the religiously addled — they have this belief that they can get away with anything, because in the end their god will forgive them. You might have seen the bumper sticker that reads, Christians aren't perfect, just forgiven. This sums up the attitude beautifully. It doesn't matter what I might have done yesterday, or what I might do tomorrow, because my phantom cloud-papa will forgive me for all of it in the end.

This absolution of personal responsibility is what allows monsters like Hopkins to do what they do, and not kill themselves out of shame and self-disgust.

And yet, other evangelical retards like James Dobson continue to insist that handing a child over to an adoptive queer is the very worst thing you can do. How much documentary evidence can he bring to support that?

Crosspost from my dive.

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Comment by Rosa on July 31, 2008 at 6:03pm
nonheterosexuals adopting children is bad for the kids in the sense that the kids won't be able to grow up as homophobes, which is intrinsically part of what the christian doctrine preaches.

"they have this belief that they can get away with anything, because in the end their god will forgive them" yes, I have seen that attitude. Many people I know think that through prayer they'll be absolved of almost anything.

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