Is Jesus The First Transgender Man

Huffington Post Blasphemously Declares That Jesus Christ Is The ‘First Transgender Man’

How wicked and lost has society become that the idea of a transgender Jesus could even be discussed?

“Woe unto them! for they have gone in the way of Cain, and ran greedily after the error of Balaam for reward, and perished in the gainsaying of Core. These are spots in your feasts of charity, when they feast with you, feeding themselves without fear: clouds they are without water, carried about of winds; trees whose fruit withereth, without fruit, twice dead, plucked up by the roots; Raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame; wandering stars, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever.” Jude 1:11-13 (KJV)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Below you will see the Huffington Post article claiming that the sinless Son of God, Jesus Christ, is the world’s ‘first transgender man’. We have published it in it’s entirety unedited so you can get the full scope of the blasphemy it contains. But know this, in these last days in which we live, this is what the Church will become. A lukewarm, clueless, blessings centered, self focused group of people who have no knowledge of Bible doctrine and have put Jesus Himself on the outside of His own church, knocking to be let back in. All manner of perversion has begin to creep into it unchecked as the great ‘falling away’ continues at full speed. The woman who wrote this article, if she is saved at all, is the perfect picture of the Laodicean Christian. Her erroneous supposition that Jesus was born ‘genetically female’ fails to take into consideration that the Holy Spirit, who conceived Jesus in Mary, is male.

REPRINTED FROM THE HUFFINGTON POST:

Suzanne DeWitt Hall“The current flap in conservative Christian circles about bathroom access is a bit baffling. They shout about God not making mistakes, as if God only works in binaries and anything falling outside of black and white cannot be from him. But we don’t have a black and white God; creation is so full of color and variation that it’s incomprehensible how we Christians struggle to pare him down to the limited palette of our individual expectations.

The worst offenders are the Christian’s who claim to take the Bible literally. Of course they don’t actually do that; they impose their own filters on stories and phrases to fit their particular ideology. If they really did as they claim to do, they would quickly see that Jesus must be, by their own exegetical rules, the first transgender male.

Let’s take a look at what the Bible and Christianity tell us.

The teaching of the church from ancient days through today is that Jesus received his fleshly self from Mary. The church also teaches that Jesus is the new Adam, born of the new Eve.

Now Eve is a fascinating creature for many reasons. The Bible tells us she is the first example of human cloning, which I touched on in this post. But the fun doesn’t stop there. If we take the Genesis account in it’s literal meaning, as conservative Christians demand that we do, she is also the first case of a transgender woman. God reached into Adam, pulled out a bit of rib bone, and grew Eve from that XY DNA into Adam’s companion. She was created genetically male, and yet trans-formed into woman.

Then along comes Jesus and the whole pattern is both repeated and reversed. The first couple’s refusal to cooperate is turned around by Mary’s yes, and the second act of cloning occurs. The Holy Spirit comes upon the second Eve, and the child takes flesh from her and is born. Born of her flesh. Born with XX chromosome pairing. Born genetically female, and yet trans-formed into man.

States that do not support trans persons’ right to choose the restroom that fits their identity demand that bathroom usage be based on a person’s “biological sex.” One can imagine a future in which state licences require not only a vision test, but also a genetic test so that bouncers proofing at bathroom doors have something tangible to review. And that means that if Jesus and Eve were walking around today, perhaps shopping at the mall for a Father’s Day gift, they’d have to swap restrooms. Now Jesus could surely manage to finesse his way around a woman’s room, but poor Eve…

A quick look at the dictionary for the prefix “trans” tells us that it means “across,” “beyond,” “through,” and “changing thoroughly,” all of which are great terms for the person of Christ. He cuts across all boundaries. He is beyond our understanding. He isthrough all and in all. He changes us thoroughly into new creations.

In his person, and in his salvific actions, Jesus is truly the first and forever trans man.”  source

Is the author Warped? Yes I agree! But there is more! I have included some replies the author of the post and others have replied:

Michael Angelo ·

Owner-Operator at Independent Computer Consultant
This is nothing more than a perversion of theology and of the scripture that people read every day. There is zero evidence presented and no facts available to back up any statement or claim made. The “article” really should be removed for that alone. The writer may want to reconsider a career change as a science fiction writer. I believe that would suit him or her better.
Like · Reply · 83 · May 19, 2016 2:47pm
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall

I wrote the piece at the prompting of the Holy Spirit and assumed that the Spirit’s purpose was simply to provoke thought about the creation process and the complexity of gender. Surprisingly, a number of people have commented in various places around the interweb that there is genetic precedence for XX males. Interesting stuff!
Like · Reply · 3 · May 19, 2016 3:18pm
Godsent Gideon ·

NEW YORK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall
Now you are just adding insult to injury by blasphemous the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit would NOT contradict the word of God. There just to many scripture that forecasts the coming of Jesus and refer to Him as a man, male.
Like · Reply · 52 · May 19, 2016 4:09pm
D.c. Welker ·

Elizabethtown High School, Etown, KY
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall This is Not the work of the Holy Spirit, beloved. I am sorry, but, this goes way overboard into the realm of blasphemy and disrespect. Talk about intolerance. it Is ok to disparage Christianity, but we must be tolerant of everything else in this society?
Like · Reply · 42 · May 19, 2016 4:23pm · Edited
Robert Heller ·

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall Yeah, you wrote it from the prompting of “a” spirit, but not the one I’m associated with. First point, God created the human brain. According to most scientific evidence, the brightest ones among us use no more than 10% of our “capability.” So you want to me to listen to you, who uses 10% of your brain (I’m being generous!) instead of listening to the inspired word of God. That isn’t even logical! We (and you) cannot even comprehend the capability and immense power of God. You might think you’re that smart, but it’s time to wake up! By the way, as an educator with 5 See More
Like · Reply · 13 · May 19, 2016 4:44pm
Terri Patillo

Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall You are not influenced by the Holy Spirit. False gospels are a blasphemy.
Like · Reply · 11 · May 19, 2016 5:22pm
Fidencio Ruiz ·

Henderson, Nevada
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall Prompting of “a” spirit, definitely, the Holy Spirit, not. The bible says “test the spirits” your test kit is askew. Which bible by the way? You need to get your head examined.
Like · Reply · 12 · May 19, 2016 6:09pm
Ubong Sampson ·

University of Leeds
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall such ignorance! the bible talks about blaspheming against the Holy Spirit, there is no forgiveness for that.
Like · Reply · 7 · May 19, 2016 7:02pm
Karen Sena ·

Eastern New Mexico University
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall you are speaking blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is what you are doing not provoking a thought.
Like · Reply · 3 · May 19, 2016 7:26pm
David G. Reich ·

Biola University
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall Your comment is just as absurd as the article. There is not one thing you stated that is consistent with the ministry and work of the Holy Spirit as described in the Word.
Like · Reply · 8 · May 19, 2016 9:22pm
Diane DeWitt Hall ·

Works at I Promote Books
Who of any of you can honestly say whether ir not someone has heard from the Holy Spirit. Many have and what they heard could have shocked you. Be careful lest ye be judged???
Like · Reply · May 19, 2016 10:01pm
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall

Godsent Gideon How does what I wrote contradict the word of God?
Like · Reply · May 19, 2016 10:04pm
Suzanne Marie DeWitt Hall

D.c. Welker Why is it blasphemous? The scriptures don’t tell us HOW Eve went from Adam’s rib to woman, or how Jesus went from Mary’s flesh to God/Man. Why is it blasphemous to pose questions about that wondrous how?
Like · Reply · 1 · May 19, 2016 10:05pm
Sabrina Ferriera ·

Freelance Artist at Dog Star Studio
Megan Harlan AMEN AMEN!!!
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