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Becoming a parent through surrogacy can have ethical challenges – but it is a positive experience for some

By Danielle Tumminio Hansen, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology & Spiritual Care, Emory University, Emory University
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Surrogacy can be exploitative, but a theologian writes how it can also remind individuals that family is not just biological but also social and relational.

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