Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, is advocating transracial adoption on his blog (http://www.albertmohler.com/blog_read.php?id=1504). Here is a small sample of what he is saying:
"Given the vast number of at-risk orphans in the world--now numbering in the millions--this resurgence in adoption among American evangelicals should be a matter of public celebration. In the United States, 127,000 children are considered 'unadoptable,' and many of these are racial minorities. Shouldn't the adoption of these children be a priority for the church?"
Although I don't expect public celebration (as Dr. Mohler explains in his post, some social workers are pushing segregation of the races), I agree with Dr. Mohler that Christians should consider it a priority to care for children who need homes, no matter the racial background of the children or the parents. Dr. Mohler has been a consistent supporter of adoption, racial harmony, and biblical ethics.
(I need to credit Adam Faughn at http://www.faughnblog.blogspot.com/ for pointing me toward Albert Mohler's blog post. Thanks, Adam!)