Originally posted by mokkoJudging by Windmill's latest post I should imagine he's very used to having people fulfil multiple family roles.
Don't faithful christains belive in the will of God? If a couple cannot have children is this not the will of God and should not be questioned? Just curious. Why would they not open their hearts and their home to a child who does not have one? Is adoption not a possibility? I think it's a little twisted to be the father of your sister-in-laws baby.
Originally posted by windmillPlease tell him not to bother:
My older brother and his wife asked my little brother and I if one of us would donate some sperm,as he is unable to have children.After about half a nanoseconds thought I said to my little brother"you can do it."
I'm sure 99% of us would have no ethical problems with the process involved,yet in a different situation 99% would.Why?Oh yes....My older brot ...[text shortened]... and his wife are both Christians,so I'ld especially like to hear the views of other Christians.