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Transgender, intersex and Biblical Interpretation

Teresa J. Hornsby

Transgender, intersex and Biblical Interpretation

by Teresa J. Hornsby

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible,
  • Gay interpretations,
  • Transgender people,
  • Biblical teaching,
  • Queer theology,
  • Hermeneutics,
  • Gender identity in the Bible

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementby Teresa J. Hornsby and Deryn Guest
    SeriesSemeia studies -- number 83, Semeia studies -- no. 83.
    ContributionsGuest, Deryn, author
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT708 .H676 2016, BS1199.G36 H67 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 123 pages
    Number of Pages123
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27226657M
    ISBN 10088414156X, 1628371358
    ISBN 109780884141563, 9781628371352
    LC Control Number2016019417
    OCLC/WorldCa939428500

    (book) Transgender, Intersex, and Biblical Interpretation by Teresa J. Hornsby and Deryn Guest (book) Transgender Journeys by Virginia Ramey Mollenkott and Vanessa Sheridan (book) Beyond a Binary God: A Theology for Trans* Allies by Tara K. Soughers. Scholarly, yet accessible, OtherWise Christian takes the Bible seriously, while presenting new vocabulary to connect modern transgender (and intersex) identities with gender non-conforming themes in the Christian Bible. The result is a bold and unapologetic interpretation of Christian tradition that will have you re-reading familiar bible.

    Her most recent book, Transgender, Intersex, and Biblical Interpretation, co-authored with Deryn Guest, was published in July She is a co-editor (with Ken Stone) of Bible Trouble: Queer Reading at the Boundaries of Biblical Scholarship, and author of Sex Texts from the Bible, as well as numerous essays, chapters, and encyclopedia entries.   Intersex vs Transgender. Typically, animals and human beings are categorized into two genders; male and female. However, certain beings by birth do not identify themselves with either of these genders and intersex and transgender are two terms that .

    What does biblical Christianity have to say about the issue of transgenderism? Sadly what should be perfectly obvious is far too often not. For example, it should be obvious to any serious Christian that transgenderism is incompatible with what the Bible says about humanity, and what it says about sexuality. Yet way too many believers [ ]. Gender dysphoria, the primary cause of transgenderism, could be considered a birth defect (where a brain for one gender is in the body for another). The bible deals directly with the issue of birth defects. Have someone read [biblegateway passage=”John .


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Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A call for “trans intersex and Biblical Interpretation book wit /5. In this brief but excellent book, two Bible scholars describe and prove their thesis that the Bible has always been read through “a gender-binary lens with a heteronormative bias” (p.

11). They do so by taking responsibility for their biblical interpretation—meaning that they question “texts that make some lives ‘unspeakable’.”Author: Virginia Ramey Mollenkott.

Transgender, Intersex, and Biblical Interpretation. In this volume Hornsby and Guest introduce readers to terms for the various identities of trans people Transgender how the Bible can be an affirmation of.

Transgender, Intersex and Biblical Interpretation. by Teresa Hornsby,Deryn Guest. Author: Teresa Hornsby,Deryn Guest. YHWH and Israel in the Book of Judges. by Deryn Guest. An Object – Relations Analysis. Author: The Bible and the Lives of Transgender Christians. Author: Austen Hartke.

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“Transgender, Intersex and Biblical Interpretation” by Teresa Hornsby and Deryn Guest. Biblical affirmation for LGBTQI people is presented by two well-known Bible scholars. They show that in the Bible, gender identity and sexual orientation are always dynamic categories that do, and must, transition.

Question: "What does the Bible say about hermaphrodites?" Answer: Babies that are born with both male and female sexual organs, or characteristics of both organs, are called hermaphrodites or intersex. A child who is in an intersexual state is classified in one of three categories: 1) true hermaphrodite – an infant born with both ovaries and testicles and has both male and female.

Transgender, intersex and Biblical Interpretation. [Teresa J Hornsby; Deryn Guest] -- "A call for "trans literacy" within biblical scholarship. In this volume Hornsby and Guest introduce readers to terms for the various identities of trans people and how the Bible can be an. This book offers readings of well known (e.g., Gen 1; Revelation) and not so well known (2 Sam 6; Jer 38) narratives to illustrate that the Bible has been translated and interpreted with a bias that makes heterosexuality and a two sex, two gender system natural, and thus divinely ordained.

If we are people of the Book—people who believe, like Jesus, that the Scripture cannot be broken (John )—then the transgender question, if it is to yield fruitful responses in any of these areas, must start with a biblical understanding of male and female.

Transgender, Intersex, and Biblical Interpretation — Editors: Teresa J. Honsby and Deryn Guest. Semeia Studies Vol. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, PP. ISBN. At-a-Glance. The word eunuch is never used to denote a person with intact sexual organs who is intersex, transgender, or engages in homosexual behavior.

In the Old Testament, being a eunuch was not sinful and did not connote sexual or gender transgressive behavior. Intertestamental references speak of eunuchs experiencing heterosexual, not homosexual, desire.

DeFranza is right that conservative evangelicals need to attend closely to the ways intersex individuals might challenge traditional “gender binaries” between male and. Transgender Intersex And Biblical Interpretation Author: Teresa Hornsby ISBN: Genre: Religion File Size: 56 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs Download: Anatomy is intended to denote gender identity.

Though gender complementarity is explicitly taught in Scripture, it is also evident from science. Even a non-Christian is hard-pressed to deny the obvious anatomical and physiological reality. Men and women are, by virtue of their anatomy, physiological complements to one another.

In fact, the Bible presents clear gender roles, aligned with sex, in which women are subordinate to men. “Wives, submit to your husbands as you do. Hartke’s main proposition is that transgender people must be fully embraced on their own terms by the church. Part One of the book lays the groundwork.

The term “hermaphrodite” is derived from conjoining the name of the Greek god Hermes with the Greek goddess Aphrodite. Today, hermaphroditism is appropriately referred to as “intersex” or as a “disorder of sex development” (DSD).

Regardless of the term used, confusion reigns on how to respond to this disorder. First, intersex refers to the rare [ ]. 4) "T" – transgender people. 5) "I" – intersex people.

6) "Q" – queer and questioning people. 7) "A" – asexual people and allies (Notice “homosexual” is not on the list—many consider that word “Christianese.”) Recently, I have had conversations with Christian leaders who’ve told me, “I don’t even know what intersex is.

The Bible supplies the framework for understanding the transgender revolution. A Christian worldview informed by the Bible can fully explain why people experience feelings of gender dysphoria. The Christian worldview is one that acknowledges that creation has been disrupted and is not the way it once was, nor how it will eventually be in the.