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Re: “Casting out demons: why Justin Harris got rid of kids he applied pressure to adopt

One can draw a straight line between the Harris' religious beliefs (Christian-inspired), their parental decisions and care, and the outcomes for their children.
A. The devil and demons are real, and get inside of children to make them bad.
B. Get the demons out using solitary confinement and exorcisms (water + Latin words)
C. Make already abused children more alone and more afraid and feel even further estranged from themselves. (I.e. Mental abuse)

It's not enough to be Christian and to have good intentions. Kids don't need unreal beliefs or scary Christian nightmares; they need rational instruction and cognitive behavioral therapy that targets their problems, all the more so if the problems are very extensive.

The Harris' had the best of intentions. It is their irrational religious beliefs that make them bad parents.

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Posted by sol on 03/13/2015 at 6:26 PM


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