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Why It’s Impossible For Christianity To Ever Endorse Transsexuality

Christianity has a deeply grounded, beautiful understanding of what it means to be human — whether uniquely male or uniquely female.

There are more than 2.5 billion professing Christians on the globe today, or roughly 32 percent of the world’s population. This makes Christianity the largest collection of people holding one set of beliefs about life’s meaning. Given this, it is well worth asking what “mere Christians” believe about what it means to be male and female based on our common historical Christian faith informed by scripture.

It is vital to understand that Christians are not just traditionalists, hopelessly and sentimentally committed to “the way things used to be.” Christians are not simply moralists, either, concerned with the right behavior.

Nor are we simply religionists, dedicated to a certain set of beliefs about God because we need something to make sense of life. No, the beliefs of Christians run deeper, and Christianity has a wholly unique and beautiful understanding of what it means to be human as male and female.

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