21 January, 2016

6 Jokes We Need to Stop Making

Even though I am not a supporter of the latest craze (transgenderism) because I do not believe it to be legitimate (God does not make mistakes and place people of one 'gender' into the body of the 'other'), I wholeheartedly agree with the general thrust and argument of this article.  Conversation and debate can not be deemed to be off limits - but making fun at another's expense can clearly be seen as out of bounds. I apologize to one and all for the times when I did it myself. It's time to change my ways and strive to do better.

How about you?

6 Jokes We Need to Stop Making | Care2 Causes


  1. I don't believe God makes mistakes either but approximately 1 in 2000 babies are barn with inderterminate sexual organs, plus between 1 in 10,000 and 1 in 20,000 are born with chromosomes that are Intersex (not XY or YY). Nature doesn't obey the "male and female he created them" of Genesis. Science now shows us otherwise.

    1. Michael: According to a recent study in the States, up to 85% of male smallmouth bass have eggs where their testes should be. It's not because of nature or God. It's because we've polluted our environment to such a degree that various species are morphing into these genetic abnormalities. It's because of the toxins and hormones we've let loose into the ecosystem of the planet that these rules no longer seem to be holding fast. My point then is should be not be treating such manifestations of gender ambivalence as the illness they are rather than blaming nature for the horror such ambivalence brings into people's lives?

      Fr. Tim


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