Transgender row again!
A Christian couple are taking a church school to court over the fact of the confusion of one day a boy dressed as boy and the next dressed as a girl!
Focus on the Family’s Values
Focus on the Family is dedicated to defending the inherent honor, dignity, value and equality of the two sexes as created in God’s image — intentionally male and female —each bringing unique and complementary qualities to sexuality and relationships.
Each of the two sexes is a glorious gift from God – meant to be offered back to Him either in complementary unity with the other in the context of marriage for procreation and mutual delight or in celibacy for undivided devotion to Christ.
Not only do male and female together reflect the image of God, but their coming together in a marriage relationship to bring forth new life is used in Scripture as the deepest and most intimate analogy of God’s relationship with His people. Throughout both Testaments, God and His people are portrayed as husband and wife or as a groom and bride. The creation account found in Genesis lays out this gender-based, matrimonial picture and sets the stage for the final, eternal union of God and His people — of Christ and His bride — described in the book of Revelation.
Gender matters. In recent years, a revisionist transgender theology has been put forth in some theological circles that violates God’s clearly articulated and intentional design for the sexes — thereby distorting His image and His plan for sexuality, marriage, family and the just and proper ordering of society.
The parents of a six-year-old boy have removed him from his primary school in a row over whether another pupil should be allowed to wear a dress.
Nigel and Sally Rowe said their son was confused as to why the child at the Church of England School on the Isle of Wight dressed as both a boy and a girl.
The Diocese of Portsmouth, under which the school falls, said it was required to “respect diversity of all kinds”.
The couple believe the school should have consulted all parents.
Mrs Rowe told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme that when they spoke with the school, which is not being identified, they were told “if a child wants to do that then we just have to accept it”.
The couple said under the school’s bullying policy their son faced being disciplined for “mis-gendering” the six-year-old pupil.
Wow just when you think the crazy agenda of this world can’t get worse! Pray on B.T.