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(For instance if I, as a transgender man, had a relationship with a woman a Christian might say that I am in a lesbian relationship.) So that’s a basic overview of the condemning passage.
You can see the work I’ve done with this by reading my trans* Passion narrative.
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If someone has an issue with trans* people, is my explanation of the ONE verse that seems to condemn transgender people really going to change their mind? Especially since we have been debating those seven clobber passages about GLB people for at least 30 years now and the debate is still just as heated.
Here’s what I think debating these passages does allow: It allows us to stay at a 101 level.