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From Bruce to Caitlyn

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How Should We Respond to Caitlyn Jenner?: "Compassion does not mean compromising biblical truth. But sexual identity must be for us more than an abstract social issue. Real souls have endured real anguish over it." Jon Bloom, Desiring God

Bruce Jenner's Transformation is a Lose-Lose for Liberal Ideology: "It wants to celebrate transgenderism, but it cannot do so without referring to—and thus, at least tacitly affirming—gender norms. To celebrate Jenner’s femininity is actually to commit a liberal heresy: to revert back to a form of gender essentialism." Daniel Davis, The Federalist

Bruce or Caitlyn? He or she? Should Christians accommodate transgender naming?: "I am still thinking through these things myself, so consider the following a first draft of my thinking on this. Above all, I aim to be biblical in coming at this question. So here are the principles that have guided my thinking thus far." Denny Burk, Denny Burk

Surgical Sex: This is an important article, although it may take you some time to read. In it, Paul R. McHugh (University Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University) describes in detail why Johns Hopkins stopped doing sex change operations. Paul R. McHugh, First Things

Vanity Fair, Bunyan's or Otherwise: "The Bible calls us to be men who understand our times (1 Chronicles 12:32). And here is something we would do well to understand, lest we be fooled as we were with the homosexual movement in its early stages." Andrée Seu Peterson, WORLD Magazine

Call Me Caitlyn: "There are some forms of suffering that cannot and should not be escaped, but which we are called to bear both for our good and that of others, and which they are called to bear with us." Alastair Roberts, Threads

 

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