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Transgenderism and Genesis

There can be no denying that the idea of someone changing sexes has gone from a rare aberration into acceptance in recent years, and the rest of us are being coerced into being enthusiastic about it. We are called hateful and phobic for not accepting the the reality they are attempting to create and foist upon the world.

Even more so for Christians and biblical creationists who believe what God's Word says about the created order. It is not "hateful" for speaking the truth and trying to turn people from their flawed beliefs; they deny the Bible and science.

Distorted woods, original image by Cowboy Bob Sorensen
Amazingly, people try to put evolution into Genesis and pull out transgenderism! People who do this reject the Bible and denigrate those of us who believe it. They ignore creation science evidence (and some, albeit inadvertent, secular evidence) supporting how we all came from Adam and Eve. Evolutionists believe humanity had multiple first ancestors, and because of mutations, some had mixed up genders. Still waiting for evidence and reason to support this wishful thinking.
One of the clearest teachings in the Bible that needs no drawn-out analysis is the creation of Adam and Eve. The Bible says, “The Lord God formed man from the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul” (Genesis 2:7). God then “called his name Adam” (Genesis 5:2). Further, “God said, ‘It isn’t good for the man to live alone. I will make a suitable partner for him’” (Genesis 2:18). . . . 

Denial of this simple straightforward teaching has spawned much debate, primarily due to the attempt to negate the clear teaching of Genesis by infusing evolution into it.

You can see it all and how the author develops it at "Can Transgender Views Be Defended from Genesis?"