Yesterday, Religion News Service (RNS) ran a story promoting someone calling himself a “transqueer Latinx theologian” who goes by the genderless pronouns “they/them/their.” To be clear, it is not surprising that there are people who do this; the world is filled with confused people living in a delusion or on a completely different planet altogether. While the vast majority of people don’t even bother to associate with Christianity—that is, in fact, a less-deluded way to live out this lifestyle—some do. Some pretend to be Christians.
That is the case for Robyn Espinoza, who was promoted yesterday in RNS’s article, A transqueer Latinx theologian writes about reaching ‘A Path to Our Liberation’.
First, we need to define what “transqueer” is. Transqueer means absolutely nothing. It is a delusional word used to describe the delusions of a sexually confused person. It is intended to justify delusional thinking by insisting that the world succumbs and surrenders to this mentality. That is literally all it means. It describes a delusional mentality and an evil behavior—it does not describe a gender.
According to the article, this person is an ordained “Baptist” minister who said in an interview with RNS “It’s important for me as a trans person, as Latinx, to take place and to bear witness, that even someone like me can follow the ways of Jesus and maybe imagine another possible world.”
The first thing one must ask is this: why is a supposed “Christian” publication promoting such nonsense? This article does not go on to refute any of the points this sad person makes. This person is, apparently, devoted to rebelling against Christ and fighting against “White supremacy,” whatever that is.
RNS writes, “Henderson-Espinoza, who uses gender-neutral pronouns, describes in their new book the experience of navigating life as an activist theologian who is transgender, gender nonconforming and who identifies as Latinx.” Notice that RNS is using the pronoun “their” to describe this person. Why? But the next statement RNS makes explains a lot. The article continues, “Henderson-Espinoza was also recently diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum.”
So, here we have someone, with obvious social-mental problems, who is being paraded around on a so-called “Christian” publication as a “transqueer Latinx theologian” whose ideological views are worthy of our time and consideration despite the fact that these views are an obvious middle finger to God Himself.
Instead of correcting this person and pointing this person to Christ (I’m using the phrase “this person” because it is truly not clear from the picture whether this is a biological male or a female), RNS wants to affirm this person’s delusion.
The coming of the lawless one is by the activity of Satan with all power and false signs and wonders, and with all wicked eception for those who are perishing, because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. Therefore God sends them a strong delusion, so that they may believe what is false, in order that all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness. —2 Thessalonians 2:9-12