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This Christian Doctrine Is Now a ‘Hate Crime’ Under Police Investigation

From PJ Media
By Tyler O’Neil | April 28, 2016
Earlier this month, an employee at a Catholic university committed a devastating hate crime. A student accused her of denying her “existence” because she adhered to a traditional Christian doctrine: that human beings are male and female. The police are investigating this horrific injustice, according to Loyola Marymount University’s Orwellian-named Bias Incident Response Team.

There are contradictory reports on what happened, but both sides agree that the offending employee (who will remain nameless) expressed the Christian doctrine — and general commonsense principle — that people are either men or women. This idea has become the hate crime “denying transgenderism.” Cosette Carleo, a student involved in the incident, said “you can have your opinion,” so long as it doesn’t “deny my existence.”

Corleo identifies as “gender-neutral,” and seems to believe it a personal attack for anyone to state the obvious biological fact that 99 percent of human beings either have two X chromosomes or one X and one Y, thus designating them male or female. According to the new reigning ideology on even a Roman Catholic campus, gender is a social construct unconnected with biological sex, and denying this is tantamount to heresy.

Unfortunately, orthodox Christians have no choice but to reject this new view of gender. As Genesis 1:27 clearly states, “God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.” But Jesus goes even further. In Matthew 19:4, he says, “Have you not read that He who made them at the beginning ‘made them male and female’?”

Who would have guessed that this statement would be controversial? That it would be considered a “hate crime” is utterly unthinkable. And at a Roman Catholic university, no less — despite the fact that Catholic doctrine is just as uncompromising as Jesus on the whole created-male-and-female thing. Nevertheless, Jesus has some excellent advice for such situations in John 15:18, “If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first.”
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