Question: "What does the Bible have to say about gay adoption? Some people support the idea of gay adoption by pointing to the needs of children on adoption waiting lists—having gay parents is better than having no parents at all, they reason. Are we saying that adoption should be restricted to stable nuclear families? Absolutely not. The Bible does not directly address the issue of who should be allowed to adopt. So, while we can describe the ideal adoptive situation based on the Bible, we cannot biblically support adoption being restricted to that ideal.
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This is a list of Christian denominational positions on homosexuality. The issue of homosexuality and Christianity is a subject of ongoing theological debate within and between Christian denominations and this list seeks to summarise the various official positions. Within denominations, many members may hold somewhat differing views on and even differing definitions of homosexuality. The Seventh-day Adventist Church is opposed to same-sex sexual practices and relationships on the grounds that "sexual intimacy belongs only within the marital relationship of a man and a woman. The Anglican Communion has been divided over the issue of homosexuality in several ways.
Christian views of homosexuality
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Organised religion and sexuality haven't always been the most comfortable bedfellows. In some 74 countries around the world same-sex relationships are illegal, while the rights of trans people remain unprotected - with religion often a sticking point for progression. In February, the charity enlisted representatives across 36 religious communities - including from the Church of England, Catholicism, Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Judaism and Buddhism - to start conversations about LGBT equality and combat harmful myths that can tear apart families and even lead to imprisonment and death. Dominic Arnall, Head of Projects and Programmes at Stonewall, told The Independent : "There is a common misconception that being LGBT and having faith are mutually exclusive, that faith communities are exclusively homophobic and that LGBT people do not participate in faith groups or attend places of worship.