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Adoption: Secrecy and Lies? A Response

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 18, 2012

Matthew Sims at Grace for Sinners recently wrote a response to a response to a response. Is your head spinning yet? If so, let me give you a little context.

As should happen with any movement, the theological foundations of the evangelical adoption/orphan care movement are being thoroughly examined. I’m very grateful for this critique of our theological foundations because constructive critique is essential to the theological health and growth of any movement. We must continue to think hard and long about the theology of adoption and its implications for how the evangelical adoption/orphan care movement can best serve orphaned and vulnerable children. It’s within this larger context that Matthew Sims wrote (“Adoption: Secrecy and Lies? A Response to a Response to a Response”).

Read Matthew’s entire response.

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