The trans movement, it turns out, is the mirror image of Christianity, and therefore its natural enemy. People who believe they’re God can’t stand to be reminded that they’re not.
1) No it’s not; care to explain how?
2) How do trans people have a god complex anyway?
3) Assuming Trans culture is somehwo the
antithesis of Christianity (I assume that’s what you meant), I still don’t see the problem here. It’s not like Christians are the embodiment of virtue… Any “natural enemy” of religious nutjobs is an ally of mine.
A certain vicar in Cardiff reflects the Anglican church today: Progressive.
In arguments, Carlson can quickly shift between personas as a devil's advocate and a moralizing truth teller
You just reflect Christainity's
Said Welsh vicar being a trans woman shows that they aren't, though. Tolerance clearly being an
Episcopal ien concept to you, though.
My best guess is the logic is something like: God chose for you to be your AGAB, and choosing not to be your AGAB is overruling God’s decision, thus putting yourself as a higher authority for your own life than God. Which is nonsense to people who don’t conceive of making personal decisions as being your own authority. I wonder how much Tuckums personally thinks were chosen for him that he has no say in, and if that maybe even includes his current job.
Y’know if it’s the mirror image of Christianity, doesn’t that imply you either want to change genders or hate yourself, Tucker? You know, because Mirrors reflect what’s in front of them so if you looked into one you’d see yourself?
Knowing all the “You just want to sin!” accusations? The emphasis on Adam and Eve liking the idea of being Godlike through partaking of the Tree of Knowledge—arguably a case of fundagelicals seeing disobedience as ultimately an expression of a desire to usurp? (I just now came to that conclusion as I was typing.)
Yes, I think a strong case can be made for what you say.
So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!
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