The Early Bird Gets The Link: Weekend Edition

Yesterday President Obama issued a statement to schools about transgender bathrooms. Here are some insightful and equipping articles.

President Obama: Accept Transgenderism or Else

Just to be clear what this means. The Obama administration is announcing its intent to coerce through force of law every public school to accept this. He expects your local school to allow boys to use bathroom and shower facilities with girls and vice versa. So long as the child’s parents are willing to go along with their child’s new identity, the school has to let students into the bathroom and locker room of the opposite sex.

What the Transgender Bathroom Debate Means For You

At the same time, the church should not see everything through the grid of gender. The Sexual Revolution, chaotically, wants to tell us that gender means nothing and that gender means everything. Neither is true. We should recognize that unbiblical caricatures of masculinity and femininity were always harmful, but now are potentially deadly. The little girl in your church who doesn’t like princess movies or dolls, and who would rather spend a Saturday in the deer stand, increasingly now is told by the culture around her that maybe she’s not a woman at all. Only a church that defines its vision of masculinity and femininity from the Word of God, not from cultural tropes, can speak to her. If you don’t have a category for a rough-and-tumble woman, like Jael, or a harp-playing man, like David, your church is handing over your children to the gender ideologies of the moment.

4 Bigger Repercussions of the Bathroom Decree

Christians are concerned about what may happen in the bathroom; they should be much more concerned about what happens in the classroom.

From Agender to Ze: A Glossary for the Gender Identity Revolution

Although terms like “transgender” and “gender identity” are increasingly used in the public square, many Christians are still unaware of what they mean or how broad the scope in which they are being used. To help provide some clarification and context, I’ve provided definitions for 31 terms commonly used by the gender identity movement. This list is not exhaustive (Facebook allows you to choose from over 70 gender options) but it should help you better understand the linguistic radicalness of the gender identity revolution:

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