This story a bit old now but remember thinking when I heard it that it would be a good topic to discuss on this site and I have been to busy to post it earlier
Its about a foster couple in the UK who are pentecostal christians. They applied for persmission to foster small children (up to 10 years old i think) but were refused because they disagreed with homosexuality and said they could not tell a child that being gay was ok
Anyway the case went to court and the ban was upheld, however it (and other recent cases like it) started a discussion about gay rights v religious rights to hold various beliefs
full story herehttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-de ... e-11666594
What do you think? Was it right to ban them from fostering?
Should note that this is about a battle of rights, not about Christian views of gays etc