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Which of the 63 Genders Are You?

Leave it up to the devil-controlled, morally-bankrupt society in which we live to take that which is so incredibly simple and to twist and corrupt it beyond rational recognition.  It is almost beyond words to explain the lunacy to which our world has fallen!

For simple illustration purposes, answer this question: “How many sides does a coin have?”  That’s about as simple as it gets.  A coin has two sides—front and back, top and bottom, heads and tails.  When a coin is tossed at the beginning of a football game, how many options can a player call out?  Just two!  Heads or tails!  When the coin is in the air, he cannot (and has never) said, “Oh, wait!  There are 63 sides to that coin!”  (Now, again, this is only for illustration purposes.)

However, our society, who claims to be so intelligent and intuitive, is making a fool of itself when it comes to the matter of gender identity.  Since the beginning of time, it has been abundantly clear to every rational human being that there are two and only two genders.  Yet, our twisted fellow-citizens would have us to believe that there are actually 63 genders.  Does that not sound as silly and absurd as saying a coin has 63 sides?  But so many are accepting whatever they’re told these days, especially if it fits a certain narrative.

The Bible says that God made two distinct genders—male and female (Gen. 1:27; Mark 10:6).  Those two genders are identifiable, distinguishable and comparable to each other (but not exchangeable).

The Bible says that one’s gender is determined by God upon conception (Jer. 1:5).  Elizabeth had “conceived a son”  (Luke 1:36).

The Bible says that one’s gender is developed (even identifiable) in the womb.  God forms the “inward parts” of the unborn child (Psa. 139:13-16).

The Bible says that one’s gender is clearly evident upon birth (Gen. 16:11; Luke 1:57-63).  Regarding Jesus Himself, Scripture states,  “Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel” (Matt. 1:23).  Doctors have always been able, with one look, to declare, “Congratulations!  It’s a…” and announce the very obvious gender (only one of two possibilities—not 63).

God assigns gender to each person.  One’s maleness or femaleness is God’s choice and is evident at birth.  God doesn’t make mistakes, so it is clear that no one is “born in the wrong body”!  One’s gender is part of his/her created, God-given identity, and it is not left up to the individual to determine.  Science, culture and feelings are not our standard in any of this!  Only our Creator and His Word can be trusted!