John Stonestreet, the host of The Point, a daily national radio program, provides thought-provoking commentaries on current events and life issues from a biblical worldview. John holds degrees from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (IL) and Bryan College (TN), and is the co-author of Making Sense of Your World: A Biblical Worldview.
For years, LGBTQIA activists and advocates have proclaimed that their view of human sexuality and Gender Theory is historically inevitable, and that any and all who resist will be swept into the dustbin of history along with the racists.
Given the movement’s thorough sweep of cultural arenas and institutions, including the caving by some Christian denominations on marriage and sexuality, it’s not hard to see where their optimism and even arrogance on the matter comes from.
But they are wrong. First, you can’t be on the right side of history if you are on the wrong side of observable biological realities.
And second, a growing number of Christian ministries, universities, and denominations have publicly reaffirmed their commitment to a biblical view of sexuality and marriage, including both evangelical and Protestant bodies.
And now, just last week, the Vatican released a publication entitled, “Male and Female He Created Them: Towards a Path of Dialogue on the Question of Gender Theory in Education.”
That title may not be very exciting, but in the document, the Roman Catholic Church unequivocally rejects any gender ideology that denies the intrinsic biological differences between men and women, or that treats gender as something that people choose for themselves.
“Male and Female He Created Them” was quickly and roundly denounced by many who assumed the Catholic Church would eventually cave on human sexuality. After all, many proponents of the new Gender Theory and revisionist ideas about sexuality and marriage have long believed, and often stated, that Pope Francis was clearly on their side.
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Source: Christian Headlines