It's Not Hateful to Say That Bruce Jenner is Not a Woman

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David R. Brumbelow's picture

Very good, needed article today.
David R. Brumbelow

TylerR's picture


I work a secular job, full-time. A co-worker is an unashamed homosexual, who talks about his "husband" quite freely. He told me that it's wonderful that the world has "progressed" to the point where people can be unashamed for embracing who they really are.

"The world wasn't ready for this kind of thing in the '70's," he claimed, "but now people can be unafraid to be who they are inside!" 

I also recently listened to a frightening discussion between Robert Gagnon, the foremost opponent of "homosexual Christianity" in academia, and a lesbian activist from the UK. The contrast is starting. Gagnon stuck with the text of Scripture and implications of the Gospel. The activist, who claims to be a Christian, dismissed the Scripture and stuck with "feelings." It frightens me because this is the kind of "logic" that's out there today. It's emotional, it's incredibly self-centered, and there is no hint or intimation of the Lordship of Christ. 

We are a morally bankrupt culture and people. I believe this is the judgment of God upon us. Frightening times. 

Tyler is a pastor in Olympia, WA and an Investigations Manager with a Washington State agency. He's the author of the book What's It Mean to Be a Baptist?

Mark_Smith's picture

a man who taught and thought that "its all good...just love, man".