Russell Moore and ethics

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by nodak, Jun 5, 2009.

  1. nodak

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    I was reading the debate in the Baptist only forum, and I live in a town where many come to be "changed" surgically.

    I may have missed it--please tell me the post number if I did--but no one addressed the medical issue.

    At least some of the people that come here "John" and leave "Joan" have a disorder in their dna. Some were born both John and Joan and were assigned a gender at birth (surgically) that turned out to be wrong. That is, they have both male and female dna due to chimerism. And a few more have "John" plumbing and "Joan" dna. (Or vice versa.)

    In those cases, is there even a sin to discuss with "Joan"?
     
  2. Marcia

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    In this particular case (chimerism), I don't think there is a sin involved since the gender is not fixed at birth or is a mixture.
     

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