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Welcome to this TLP Snippet – parenting wisdom in 5 minutes or less. I’m your host, AMBrewster and I want to remind you of something very important that happened a year ago this week.
In March of 2016, the American College of Pediatrics issued a statement on transgenderism in children. It was authored by Dr. Paul McHugh who is a Johns Hopkins Medical School of Psychology Professor.
I’m going to share part of their statement in a moment, but first we need to understand that science belongs to God. He created it, and even secular man can learn about God and come to biblical conclusions when they rightly interpret the natural world.
This is why this article is so beneficial. They list our eight arguments concerning why gender reclassification is harmful – and whether they intended it or not, the observations are honest and Truthful.
You likely already believe it’s harmful, but I encourage you to listen to this list and be knowledgable. You will likely meet proponents of transgenderism who will need you to speak scientific truth into their lives, but you’ll also have to address these concepts at some point with your kids because they’re growing up in this culture, and they too need to understand how God created the world to work.
As I sit here this evening – I am overwhelmed with words and emotion and yet unsure how to express either. Days ago, I walked into a movie theater to view a movie I had been excited about since I had first heard it was in the works. Beauty and the Beast. I was 15 years old when the animated version came out. I remember watching it with my sister when she was home on break from college. I remember at the time feeling so moved by such a beautiful movie. The story hit me personally somehow; the music moved me; the characters impacted me. I remember even then thinking – how can this beautifully crafted cartoon have such an affect on me? So to say that I was both excited and nervous about the live action version is a bit understated. Excited to revisit a favorite in a new…
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