Bruce Jenner Illustrates Sin, Not Change
Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.
The matter of Bruce Jenner illustrates not change, not progressive ideas, certainly not something that ought to be applauded or even awarded, but a disease of morality, a reprobate mind.
Mat Staver: Matt, I think what we’re seeing is the result of sin…where we see someone like Bruce Jenner, who was a great Olympian, who won so many gold medals in the Olympics, and now comes out on the cover of a magazine appearing to be, at least air-brushed, to look like a woman.
Obviously Bruce Jenner is still a man, he’s DNA and biologically male, he’s not woman. It doesn’t matter whether you wear a wig or you grow your hair out and you have plastic surgery or you go through some kind of vocal shaving to change the pitch of voice — it doesn’t make any difference!
You’re still the person with which you were born…at birth you’re either male or female. You can’t change that. Although you might change your hairstyle and change your looks: you can change your appearance through surgery, it doesn’t change anything.
Matt Barber: In a culture that loves darkness, darkness is going to be celebrated. In a culture that hates light, light is going to be called evil. Evil is called good, and good is called evil.
And what Bruce Jenner needs here, instead of being celebrated, he needs…people need to be in mourning. They need to be praying for him. He needs to be pitied.
This is so sad to look at this once great Olympic athlete whose mind was so confused, who has this mental disorder apparently — gender identity disorder — that he somehow believes that he, now at 65 years old, is a woman trapped in a man’s body. Which is non-sensical.
Instead of being celebrated…you know Mat, ESPN gave Bruce Jenner their Courage Award for pretending to be a woman.
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