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Watchman believes that if we do not teach our children about gender and sexuality, our unbiblical culture will. Disobedient culture-makers are persuasive, powerful, and eager to indoctrinate our youngsters. Fathers and mothers must recommit to teaching their children the scriptural worldview so that they do not adopt the cultural one.

Many of us have been enchanted by the talking animals of Walt Disney films and cultural culture. However, a Disneyfied concept of narcissistic self-determination has not served us well. The culture has presented us with a false gospel, one that approves of everything we do and allows us to pursue whatever we choose.

The biblical gospel is substantially superior. It explains our humanity. It restores our honor. It calls us to be men and women who see our bodies as a gift, a vessel through which we might glorify our Creator and Redeemer. This may appear to be too good to be true, but the church exists to emphasize one point: this is not a fairy tale.

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The only verse in the Bible that directly refers to gender-based clothing is Deuteronomy 22:5, "A woman shall not wear a man's apparel, nor shall a man put on a woman's garment; for whoever does such things is abhorrent to the LORD your God" (NRSV). In many cases, transgender people are affirming and reflecting their gender identity through the clothes they wear rather than "cross-dressing" (a term that implies crossing one's gender identity rather than confirming it).


This verse has still proven to be a stumbling block for enough Christians to warrant further investigation. Biblical scholars, both affirming and non-affirming, have differing perspectives on why this prohibition was written for its original audience. Some believe that forbidding the Hebrews from dressing in clothes associated with a gender other than their own was a way for them to distinguish themselves from Canaanite and Syrian religions, where this phenomenon was a part of certain worship rituals.

Given the way Israel's national purity and their maintenance of rigid categorical differences were bound together, some scholars believe the prohibition was more of a way to reinforce previous Torah instructions that forbade "mixing" (for example, not blending fabrics, planting variations of seed, or eating shellfish).

According to a third viewpoint, Deuteronomy 22:5 was written to keep a gender-segregated society truly segregated. This would prevent men and women from engaging in various forms of forbidden sexual contact, women from entering the temple, men from evading military service, women from signing up for military service, and other behaviors perceived as violating the boundaries between God's created order's distinct parts.

Beyond understanding why this verse was written, a more pressing question for Christians is whether or not we are to follow the prohibitions found throughout Deuteronomy. Most Christians today would say no, because they believe that Jesus, through his life and death, fulfilled the requirements of the laws Moses presented at Mt. Sinai in the story of Exodus, and they do not believe that maintaining the integrity of God's creation forbids mixing.

Indeed, the incarnation of God as Jesus—the blending of the fully divine and the fully human—is frequently viewed as the necessary context for humanity's salvation as a whole. Christians who hold non-affirming views on transgender and non-binary people must ask themselves why this command is still being enforced when they believe that most, if not all, of the other directives surrounding it have been repealed.

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Lord, watch and protect me, so I don’t fall prey to the wicked one. Preserve me from every danger of the night, whether physical, spiritual, or otherwise. The Bible also tells me that the name of the Lord is a strong tower, the righteous run into it and are safe. Therefore, I run into the name of Jesus and take refuge in it, safe from all the powers of death and hell.

In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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