Preferred Pronouns

6th Circuit sides with Christian prof. who refused to call trans student by preferred pronoun

"A three-judge federal appeals court panel has ruled in favor of an evangelical professor who was punished by Shawnee State University in Ohio for refusing to address a transgender student by the preferred pronoun." - C.Post

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Christian Professor Must Use Student's Transgender Pronouns, Judge Rules

"A federal judge last week ruled that a Christian professor was properly disciplined by an Ohio university when he refused to use the preferred pronouns of a biological male student who identifies as female." - Christian Headlines

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Merriam-Webster‘s Words of the Year 2019 tops off with gender-neutral, singular “they”

"English famously lacks a gender-neutral singular pronoun to correspond neatly with singular pronouns like everyone or someone, and as a consequence they has been used for this purpose for over 600 years. More recently, though, they has also been used to refer to one person whose gender identity is nonbinary, a sense that is increasingly common in published, edited text, as well as social media and in daily personal interactions between English speakers." - Merriam-Webster

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Grace vs. truth and the transgender pronoun debate: What should Christians do?

"In other words, if I address a biological male as 'she' I am not telling the truth. But, Pastor Greear believes, I am being generous in spirit towards this individual. This position is echoed by Prof. Preston Sprinkle, also cited by Greear, who advocates 'pronoun hospitality.'" - Christian Post

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