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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Church Play Depicts Jesus as Transgender Woman

Prophecy Sign:  The Last Days Apostate Church

A form of godliness but denying the power thereof?  Pretty much describes much of what passes itself of as Christianity today.  Many of the New Testament writers  warned of a major departure from the faith near the time of Christ's return.

They said to you, "In the last times there will be scoffers who will follow their own ungodly desires." These are the people who divide you, who follow mere natural instincts and do not have the Spirit. Jude 1:18-19 NIV

Church Play Depicts Jesus as Transgender Woman
A play performed in a Manchestor, England, church portraying Jesus as a transgender woman has outraged critics who say the performance was a sacrilegious effort to promote homosexuality. The play was performed in a Church of England on Sunday. It depicted Jesus as a transgender woman who refers to God as "mum." The drama challenged the traditional biblical ideas of marriage and sparked outrage among critics who found the performance extremely offensive. The play called "The Gospel According to Jesus, Queen of Heaven," is a one-woman show performed by Jo Clifford. Clifford is an acclaimed Scottish playwright and professor who himself changed his gender from male to female.

Looking for God Outside Scripture: What Jesus Are You Talking About?
Not getting what you need from the Bible? Well, just listen for God’s voice elsewhere, we’re told. But here’s a fair warning, we often do a convincing impersonation.
Effectively, this approach untethers God from the Bible. For example, the United Church of Christ recently insisted that “God is still speaking.” Another true-at-face-value statement, until you realize they’re actually suggesting that God’s changed His mind on issues like morality and marriage, and that their ideas of who God should be trumps the God His word reveals. Many point to Jesus Himself as their alternative to Scripture. For example, Enns, in his book “The Bible Tells Me So,” writes that “for Christians, Jesus, not the Bible, has the final word.”

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