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Is it Constitutional or American to Eliminate Gender Distinctions?

Is it Constitutional or American to Eliminate Gender Distinctions?

by Jake MacAulay

Last week, reported about a student who was kicked out of class in a Scotland high school for asserting the indisputable biological fact that there are only two genders: male and female.  The incident “was triggered when the teacher found only ‘male’ and ‘female’ gender options on a website, which he denounced as ‘old fashioned.’ When a student voiced his disagreement, the teacher kicked him from class.” 

This week I read that the student has been suspended.

In March 2018, Fox News reported,

“A religious studies major was barred from Christianity class at Indiana University of Pennsylvania for saying during class that there are only two genders.” 

Despite needing the class to graduate at the end of the semester, the student, Lake Ingle, was told by IUP Provost Timothy Moerland,

“You are barred from attending this class in accordance with the Classroom Disruption policy.”

Thankfully, IUP President Michael Driscoll stood up against the decision and reinstated Ingle after 18 days.

The undeniable basic presupposition of the Declaration of Independence – which transcends all cultures and people groups unequivocally – is that we were Created by God, our Rights come from Him, and the single duty of Government is to protect those God-given Rights.

The authority of the Declaration relies on the Law that preceded all law documents: the Holy Word of God.  The Bible declares,

“God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.” (Genesis 1:27)

This text bears witness to the human dignity, equality, and liberty given to mankind by his/her Creator in this extraordinary and unprecedented act of love and kindness.

Contrary to Biblical/American thinking, these public-funded school systems want to “support” children who are confused about who they are. 

Queerly enough, what they teach in Biology class is that in the human body, every single cell contains 23 pairs of coiled DNA called chromosomes. Included in this group are the two sex chromosomes, simply dubbed X and Y. Cells in women’s bodies have two X chromosomes (XX), while cells in men’s bodies have one X and one Y (XY). But what they teach in Biology, radical teachers and administrations now deny by school policy. No wonder students emerge confused. Which version of reality are they to believe: the scientific facts put forth in biology class, or the notions proclaimed in every action of the school’s response to delusional kids?

One of the lessons sure to be taught either in history or literature classes is the terrible injustice done at the Salem Witch Trials. If you know anything about what took place there, the mistakes and injustices were all based on the fact that the court relied upon the testimony of children. The children who were making up wild and crazy stories about adults in their community were simply delusional. 

To quote my friend and colleague Pastor David Whitney,

“What hypocrisy to decry the delusions of 18th-century children while forcing everyone to support the delusions of 21st-century children.” 

Please join me and pray for those who are victims of this tragic delusion and by love let’s seek to preserve the reality that men and women are loved, cared for, and equal in the sight of God and our Constitution.  

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