The Gender-Neutral Movement Sara Barton Sex talk in class

The Gender-Neutral Movement Sara Barton Sex talk in class

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December 11th, 2016, 4:21 pm #1

Good Article.


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The Gender-Neutral Movement: What Does The Bible Say?

Written by: Wally Peterson Worldview 8 Comments Print This Article Print This Article
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Man, oh man.

Sorry, was that a gender-biased way to start this column?

Oh boy.

Well, I just did it again.

Is there anything inherently wrong with saying something that uses a word for one gender but not another? It seems pretty silly, really, but that’s essentially what started the misnomered “feminism.” It all began back in the 1970s when common sense ideas got out of hand. The real message was and is that somehow men and women aren’t really meant to play out the gender roles that our Creator established for us.

The feminist movement laid the foundation for every other gender-based “civil rights” movement that has come since, including all of the current issues about LGBT rights, same-sex marriage, and even small fringe (so far) movements to legalize polygamy or ban marriage altogether.

Earlier this month the editor-in-chief of the Kentucky Kernel urged the University of Kentucky to change all campus bathrooms into gender-neutral facilities. We’re all grown-ups, his argument essentially went, so having a bowel movement in the same room as someone of the opposite sex isn’t a big deal.

This misguided gentleman isn’t alone voice. He’s the latest echo of a growing movement to require gender-neutral bathrooms in every public space (and some private one). New York is considering legislation that would require businesses to offer gender-neutral bathrooms. If you live in Seattle, you may know that all public single-stall bathrooms must now be gender neutral.

And the University of Tennessee’s Pride Center is urging all students to stop using pronouns such as “his” and “her.” Instead, we are to use “ze.”

So are these changes bad? Should we all just “grow up” and get over it?

What does God say about it? Well, one of the first things He said about anything at all was this: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them” (Genesis 1:27). He then called His creation “very good.”

On the gender-neutral (or all-gender) bathroom situation, most of them apply only to single-stall bathrooms. That means only one person can be in them at a time anyway, like a port-a-potty. That’s not really a big deal.

This, though, is the problem: These individual incidents and issues in and of themselves really are a little trivial. However, taken as a whole the big picture is clear: Gender roles are being diminished and eliminated, slowly and steadily. That’s why Franklin Graham came out against Target dropping its grouping of toys by gender. Quoting Matthew 19:4, Graham quoted Jesus, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female.”

It’s not about girls playing with trucks. It’s about the order set up by God when He created the world and how He intended us to manage it until Jesus returns. Men and women were created different and are different. God made us male and female, and, to quote the Bible, it was “very good.”

This is the stickiest of subjects in our modern times, but we each must decide whether the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God or not. If so, then two set genders are clearly established.

Gender neutrality is definitely and clearly in opposition to a biblical worldview. These small steps are part of a very large and slippery slope that we are already sliding down. We can’t get caught up in the trees, or we’ll be forever lost in the forest.

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December 12th, 2016, 5:24 pm #2

Perhaps women should never have been given the right to vote! Women have been turned into such bleeding hearts. Satan uses the weaknesses of women to get a foot in the door. Thank The Lord he created men to balance woman's emotionalism. Now we need more men to put aside the feminine arts, and start thinking with the rational logical side.
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December 12th, 2016, 5:39 pm #3

This is an excerpt from the following link:


http://www.piney.com/FathAphrahatDemon.html#3

§3. For it was through Eve that he came in upon Adam, 49 and Adam was enticed because of his inexperience.

See Testament of Judah Judah was tempted by his own daughter in law and therefore PAWNED the scepter of his rule. It was Judah who sold Joseph into Egyptian bondage.

And again he came in against Joseph through his master's wife, 50 but Joseph was acquainted with his craftiness and would not afford him a hearing.
Through a woman he fought with Samson, 51 until he took away his Nazariteship.

Reuben was the first-born of all his brethren, and through his father's wife, 52 (the adversary) cast a blemish upon him.

Aaron was the great high-priest of the house of Israel, and through Miriam 53 his sister he envied Moses.
See Miriam whose name means bitter and rebellious. She was probably a prophetess of Hathor.
Moses was sent to deliver the people from Egypt, and took with him the woman who advised him to shameful acts, 54 and the Lord met with Moses, and desired to slay him, till he sent back his wife to Midian.

David was victorious in all his battles, yet through means of a daughter of Eve 55 there was found a blemish in him.

"Before the establishment of the kingdom under Saul, it was the women who, as in every young civilization, played a major part in the performance of music. Such figures as Miriam, Deborah, Jephthah's daughter, and the women hailing the young hero David have become almost archetypes of female musicians.

"Characteristic of all these cases is the familiar picture of a female chorus, dancing and singing, accompanied by frenzied drum-beating.
This is the scene known to the entire Near East, and not
"even the severe rule of Islam could wholly suppress this age-old practice." (Int Dict of the Bible, Music, p. 457).
Amnon was beautiful and fair in countenance, yet (the adversary) took him captive by desire for his sister, 56 and Absalom slew him on account of the humbling of Tamar.
Solomon was greater than all the kings of the earth, yet in the days of his old age his wives led his heart astray. 57
"Women and girls from the different ranks of society were proud to enter the service of the gods as singers and musicians. The understanding of this service was universal: these singers constituted the 'harem of the gods'." (Music & Wiorship in Pagan and Christian Antiquity )

But when Athaliah the mother of Ahaziah saw that her son was dead, she arose and destroyed all the seed royal of the house of Judah (Grandchildren). 2 Chronicles 22:10
She missed one grandson and when they proclaimed him King they effectively sounded the musical censure against her and killed her.

Through Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal, the wickedness of Ahab was increased, 58 and he became altogether a heathen.
See a counter defense of Deborah as model of church leader.

Furthermore, the adversary tempted Job through his children and his possessions, 59 and when he could not prevail over him, he went and brought against him his armour, and he came, bringing with him a daughter of Eve, who had caused Adam to sink, and through her mouth he said to Job, her righteous husband:-Curse God. 60 But Job rejected her counsel.

King Asa also conquered the Accursed-of-life, when he wished to come in against him, through his mother. 61 For Asa knew his craftiness and removed his mother from her high estate, and cut in pieces her idol and cast it down.

John was greater than all the prophets, yet Herod slew him because of the dancing of a daughter of Eve. 62

Haman was wealthy and third in honour from the King, yet his wife counselled him to destroy the Jews. 63

Zimri was head of the tribe of Simeon, yet Cozbi, daughter of the chiefs of Midian, overthrew him, and because of one woman twenty-four thousand of Israel fell in one day. 64

H3576 kâzab kaw-zab' A primitive root; to lie (that is, deceive), literally or figuratively:—fail, (be found a, make a) liar, lie, lying, be in vain
H2174 zimrıy zim-ree' From H2167 ; musical; Zimri, the name of five Israelites, and of an Arabian tribe:—Zimri.
H2167 zâmar zaw-mar' A primitive root (perhaps identical with H2168 through the idea of striking with the fingers); properly to touch the strings or parts of a musical instrument, that is, play upon it; to make music, accompanied by the voice; hence to celebrate in song and music:—give praise, sing forth praises, psalms.
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December 12th, 2016, 5:53 pm #4

Being feminine does not mean effeminate: Many to most men and women have fled from the effeminate pulpit, musicians and "worship service" defined as the hypocritic arts and crafts.

You will NOT be able to buy or sell at any of the "show and tell" meetings in once-Christian universities.

Only the high priest was permitted to raise his upturned PALMS above his shoulders in the holy places. Comedians have taken care not to be identified as gay troubadours in the comedy clubs by keeping their ARMS from floating above their heads.

Highland church as the mother of most discord has a lesbian teacher who has appeared on the stage with that strange preacher.

Here is why so many have FLED from the Pulpit Persona many led by godly women who know a THING when they see or hear one,.

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December 12th, 2016, 6:07 pm #5

Perhaps women should never have been given the right to vote! Women have been turned into such bleeding hearts. Satan uses the weaknesses of women to get a foot in the door. Thank The Lord he created men to balance woman's emotionalism. Now we need more men to put aside the feminine arts, and start thinking with the rational logical side.
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December 12th, 2016, 6:18 pm #6



Ken, who is driving.


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December 12th, 2016, 6:30 pm #7

Ken's tactics.

Flood the thread, muddy the water.

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December 12th, 2016, 9:34 pm #8

We have been invited to join the inner circle. This forum is SICK. Farewell!
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December 13th, 2016, 4:07 am #9

Good Article.


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The Gender-Neutral Movement: What Does The Bible Say?

Written by: Wally Peterson Worldview 8 Comments Print This Article Print This Article
Image source:

Man, oh man.

Sorry, was that a gender-biased way to start this column?

Oh boy.

Well, I just did it again.

Is there anything inherently wrong with saying something that uses a word for one gender but not another? It seems pretty silly, really, but that’s essentially what started the misnomered “feminism.” It all began back in the 1970s when common sense ideas got out of hand. The real message was and is that somehow men and women aren’t really meant to play out the gender roles that our Creator established for us.

The feminist movement laid the foundation for every other gender-based “civil rights” movement that has come since, including all of the current issues about LGBT rights, same-sex marriage, and even small fringe (so far) movements to legalize polygamy or ban marriage altogether.

Earlier this month the editor-in-chief of the Kentucky Kernel urged the University of Kentucky to change all campus bathrooms into gender-neutral facilities. We’re all grown-ups, his argument essentially went, so having a bowel movement in the same room as someone of the opposite sex isn’t a big deal.

This misguided gentleman isn’t alone voice. He’s the latest echo of a growing movement to require gender-neutral bathrooms in every public space (and some private one). New York is considering legislation that would require businesses to offer gender-neutral bathrooms. If you live in Seattle, you may know that all public single-stall bathrooms must now be gender neutral.

And the University of Tennessee’s Pride Center is urging all students to stop using pronouns such as “his” and “her.” Instead, we are to use “ze.”

So are these changes bad? Should we all just “grow up” and get over it?

What does God say about it? Well, one of the first things He said about anything at all was this: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them” (Genesis 1:27). He then called His creation “very good.”

On the gender-neutral (or all-gender) bathroom situation, most of them apply only to single-stall bathrooms. That means only one person can be in them at a time anyway, like a port-a-potty. That’s not really a big deal.

This, though, is the problem: These individual incidents and issues in and of themselves really are a little trivial. However, taken as a whole the big picture is clear: Gender roles are being diminished and eliminated, slowly and steadily. That’s why Franklin Graham came out against Target dropping its grouping of toys by gender. Quoting Matthew 19:4, Graham quoted Jesus, “Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female.”

It’s not about girls playing with trucks. It’s about the order set up by God when He created the world and how He intended us to manage it until Jesus returns. Men and women were created different and are different. God made us male and female, and, to quote the Bible, it was “very good.”

This is the stickiest of subjects in our modern times, but we each must decide whether the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God or not. If so, then two set genders are clearly established.

Gender neutrality is definitely and clearly in opposition to a biblical worldview. These small steps are part of a very large and slippery slope that we are already sliding down. We can’t get caught up in the trees, or we’ll be forever lost in the forest.

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[color=#0000FF" size="4" face="times]Rancor,

You simply copied an article written by Wally Peterson without a narrative or premise of your own. You said it's a good article and comments are welcomed.

In essence, is appears as though Peterson submitted his article to create this thread, and I published it. And you wanted us to discuss Peterson's article?

It would have been the preferred way if you had given at least a brief narrative or premise or statement upon which we can continue with the discussion ... and had quoted Peterson's article to support your narrative. Can we really expect Peterson to engage in the discussion of his article?

Perhaps, you can explain to us what you'd like to accomplish?[/color]
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