For a word that gets tossed about quite a bit, it is surprising how murky its definition is. Both feminists and gender ideologues advance a partial truth.
Newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Jackson couldn’t answer, “What is a woman?” But she is not the only one who should have a hard time with that question.
Thank you for reading and responding to this first year of AffirmingGender. I published 100 posts on Affirming Gender this year. Guess which made the top ten? Herewith the most visited/read issues in 2017, and plans for 2018.
The human being is not a soul “in” a body. Because of the profound unity of body and soul in God’s design, our bodies are not something we “have” or “own” alongside ourselves. In a very real way, we are our bodies. Our bodies reveal the spiritual mystery of our souls.
Wait, you say, what is this about? I read this blog for gender issues. What business does a post about Roman Catholicism have being here? I’ll tell you. It has a lot to do with gender issues, and with what God is teaching His church in our day. Hear me out. I grew up Roman Catholic, attending mass weekly …