Trinity College Dean Defends Sermon Claiming Jesus Was Trans


    The dean of Trinity College, Cambridge, has stood up for a shocking and graphic Evensong where an academic compared the depictions of Jesus's wounds to vaginal bleeding and claimed Jesus had  a “trans body”.

    The strange but, in both Church of England and Cambridge University, not-so-off-brand, sermon was a chance to see research fellow Joshua Heath show congregants images depicting Christ's crucified image, and telling that the wound on His side that was punctured by The Holy Lance had “a decidedly vaginal appearance,” according to The Telegraph.

    “In Christ's simultaneously masculine and feminine body in these works, if the body of Christ [is] as these works suggest the body of all bodies, then His body is also the trans body,” Heath declared without regard to the fact that the Bible is explicit in its description about Jesus in the role of the Christ of Man and recounts Jesus' circumcision within the Gospel of Luke.

    Even though it left the congregation “in tears”, the Dean of Trinity College, Dr. Michael Banner has defended the sermon of Dr. Heath and said that the sermon “suggested that we might think about these images of Christ's male/female body as providing us with ways of thinking about issues around transgender questions today”.

    The congregation have expressed their displeasure with Banner and the preacher's “heresy”, and some even claiming the feeling of being “violated” and “unwelcome in the Church” because of it.

    One writer wrote Banner a letter in which they said that they're “contemptuous of the idea that by cutting a hole in a man, through which he can be penetrated, he can become a woman.”

    “I am particularly skeptical of these kinds of images when they are directed at our Lord from the pulpit during Evensong. I'm averse to the idea that we should be asked to think about the death of a ‘trans Christ’ , an enlightened heresy of our times,” they added.

    Anglican theologian and conservative Calvin Robinson quipped that this specific form of heresy could be called “Transwokism”.

    The Church of England has long used Christianity as a means to spread the idea of woke identity politics to the Church of England, led by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury who is its official head in the Church of England, declaring God “gender neutral” in 2018.

    Archbishop Welby has also challenged Christians regarding the idea of depicting the image of Jesus in terms of “white”, while the Archbishop of York has stated the claim that “Jesus was a black man” but on what basis he did not explain.


    The woke Anglican church isn't the only one to promote the idea of a connection to Christ and transgenderism over the past few years; the Church of Iceland having beaten them to the curb in 2020 by airing Sunday school ads that showed cartoons of Jesus wearing make-up and bouncing breasts.


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