State Probes Religious Foster Care
Agencies Over Discrimination
Lutheran, Evangelical groups get public funds
yet reject gay parents
While we recognize that this is all part
of the homosexual war against the Church and families, we find the idea of
Christian organizations feeding at the nipples of the state and federal hog is unforgiveable.
When you partake of Caesar’s table, you
become subject to Caesar’s house rules.
More and more these days that means to
Churches and Christian organizations putting themselves under the subjection of
all of those who have been granted super-citizenship over all other American
Here now it is homosexual, lesbian, and transsexuals
– seeking parenthood over innocents whom these seek to teach their evil
perverse ways to and it seems many times sexually defile these children
All to soon we
fear that will mean Muslims coming to these same organizations to snatch away
otherwise Christian children to enter into Muslim servitude.
The commandment of the Lord is very clear here:
Separate yourselves from everything that is
unclean and that would seek to ensnare you or to entangle those in your charge.
Not to do so is to bring the ire and wrath of
the Lord upon you, your household and in this case the whole of your church or
organization. Yes, believers coming under the
judgment of God is spoken of in the New Covenant. It is mentioned time
after time in the Gospels, the Epistles and in the Book of Revelation.
16:22 Understanding is a wellspring of life unto him that hath it: but the
instruction of fools is folly.
March 01, 2011
Manya A. Brachear, Tribune
officials are investigating whether religious agencies that receive public
funds to license foster care parents are breaking anti-discrimination laws if
they turn away openly gay parents.
If they are
found in violation, Lutheran Child and Family Services, Catholic Charities in
five regions and the Evangelical Child and Family Agency will have to license
openly gay foster parents or lose millions of state dollars, potentially
disrupting more than 3,000 foster children in their care.
Though Illinois legislators
championing the civil union bill earlier this year insisted that religious
institutions would not be forced to bless same-sex unions, it said nothing
about same-sex parents.
General Lisa Madigan, Gov. Pat Quinn's legal team and the Department of
Children and Family Services are carefully researching the Illinois Human
Rights Act, the Civil Union Act and the Illinois Constitution to determine
whether they prohibit agencies from considering sexual orientation as a factor
in foster care and adoption. In Illinois,
all adults who adopt or become foster care providers must obtain foster care