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Al Hsu (pronounced “shee”) is an editor for InterVarsity Press and a columnist for Christianity Today.  He’s also the father of a son with Down Syndrome.  Hsu points out that children with Down Syndrome “bear the image of God and thus have inestimable value and worth” and concludes with this remark:  “I am hopeful that regardless of what happens this election, our country will become a better place for and with people with disabilities.”

Read the whole article at The Suburban Christian: Sarah Palin, Down syndrome and special needs.