The mere difference of disability: A parent’s voice

How might it make a difference if you think a disability isn’t something bad in itself but merely “a different way for a body to be”? What might such a perspective mean for affected parents who are also evangelical Christians?  Hilary Yancey, a doctoral student in philosophy and disability ethics, reflects on these questions–and their practical implications–in her new book, Forgiving God, the story of her first pregnancy with Jackson, born with craniofacial microsomia. Prior to publication Hilary posted this short video:

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