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Catholic Church is Teaching School Girls That God is Gender Neutral

This constant push to detach from ones biological gender identity just keeps on giving, this time we hear about a Catholic School in Brisbane, Australia teaching School Girls that God is Gender Neutral and thus should be referred to in prayer as ‘Godself’ as opposed to ‘himself’.

‘As we believe God is neither male or female, Stuartholme tries to use gender-neutral terms in prayers … so that our community deepens their understanding of who God is for them, how God reveals Godself through creation, our relationships with others and the person of Jesus,’ [source]

He went onto say that ‘We have made changes to a number of prayers to be more gender-inclusive.’.

While in itself this is no big deal, in fact, to deem one’s God male or female is technically incorrect as no evidence supports either gender as being the true gender of any given God. But what this does tell us is just how great the effects of this Gender Neutral agenda is having on every aspect of our lives. After all, we are still hard pressed to get the Catholic church to accept that raping children is ethically wrong. So having them adjust their texts and prayers to be more ‘inclusive’ as they put it, is well, quite telling.

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God is spirit but if God had wanted us to refer to Him as gender neutral then why would Christ himself constantly refer to the Godhead as “The Father”? In fact when asked by the Apostles “How should we pray?” He recited the Lord’s Prayer “Our Father who art in Heaven….” (Matthew 6:9-13) or “Father, Hallowed by you name…”(Luke 11: 2-4). The very fact that God revealed Himself to us in human form as The Son, Jesus of Nazareth, a male, is extremely important. Even when Christ tells the Apostles that He and the Father would send an advocate, the… Read more »

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