Imagine the outrage if a person from any other color or race was told to apologize for what they were:
Christian doctor is SACKED by the Government for refusing to identify patients by their preferred gender because he believes sex is established at birth
A doctor has been fired from a top government role for suggesting gender is determined at birth.
The problem with the situation is highlighted in the two quotes above. For years, the public has used the terms “sex” and “gender” interchangeably to refer to one’s biological sex. Even the newspaper does that in the quotes above. But the doctor has been fired because he refuses to affirm people’s gender identities by using pronouns originally meant to refer to people’s biological sex. It seems that pronouns now are meant to have only subjective meanings that do not correspond to any objectively accessible referent. Those who warned that postmodernism would eventually destroy language were right.
We can’t say we weren’t warned about the outcome of legalizing “assisted suicide.” It always starts with saying the patient has to consent and then moves on from there:
A terminal ill man who needs around-the-clock care filed a lawsuit claiming doctors are pressuring him to go home or die in medically assisted death.
Reporters often do not understand the difference between conversion and conversion therapy. Conversion therapy is based on secular psychoanalytic theory. Its basis is in no way Christian or even religious, although some Christian therapists have adopted it. But the important point is that conversion therapy does not derive from religious principles but from secular theory. It treats homosexuality as having a psychological pathology, not a spiritual one.
Reporters need to understand that conversion is not the same thing as conversion therapy. Conversion is simply the word that we use to describe a religious experience in which a person changes from unbelief to belief…
SALEM, Oregon, June 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A bill allowing the starvation and dehydration of dementia and mentally ill patients against their will passed the Oregon Senate 17-13 on June 8.