“Some men have vaginas and some women have penises,” claims the Church of Scotland.
The church made the bold statement in its 30-page booklet delivered to every Scottish church this week.
“I was dressed as a woman, with a wig and full makeup and I thought – yes, this is me. This is who I am. I felt great joy,” states a church member on page six of the pastoral manual. “Some people only feel that contentment after full surgery but I feel that contentment now even though I still have my little penis.”
“Some men have vaginas and some women have penises.”
The church’s newfound fascination with sex changes stems from SJW advocacy by the Church of England, which has members who refer to God as a “she.”
“In the last two or three years we’ve seen a real resurgence and interest in feminism, and younger people are much more interested in how gender categories shouldn’t be about stereotypes,” the Rev. Emma Percy, a member of Women and the Church (WATCH), told the Guardian. “We need to have a language about God that shows God can be expressed in lots of diverse terms.”
Of course, this contrasts with the Bible in which Jesus referred to God as His Father, so will the feminists also change His quotes to say that God is His Mother instead?
But this agenda isn’t just limited to the UK. Back in 2016, for example, a Lutheran leader in Arkansas claimed Jesus was “intersex.”
The pastor, Clint Schnekloth, made the claim while quoting a Thomas Jefferson letter advocating a materialist interpretation of the Bible.
“I believe in the virgin birth, though many of my fellow Christians don’t. I do think it means Jesus was intersex,” he stated.
“Intersex” is a term used by LGBT advocates to describe people born with both male and female sexual anatomy and other traits.
All this “social justice” advocacy over the past several years led to numerous churches leaving their denominations to stick with their traditional beliefs, most notably the North American Anglicans who left the Episcopal Church in 2009 due to its liberal drift.