Rose Montoya, a name that has been catapulted into the public arena, has managed to brand himself as a transgender activist, leveraging his social media and public presence. Recently, he made headlines after flashing his fake breasts at the White House Pride Month event, an act that earned widespread criticism and prompted a subsequent apology. Yet, his temerity knows no bounds—he now seeks to validate his perversion by cherry-picking from Scripture in what could only be described as a purposeful distortion of the text.
Montoya, in his infinite wisdom, has recently taken Galatians 3:26-28 hostage, a passage that emphasizes spiritual equality in Christ. He insists, with the skill of a seasoned illusionist, that this scripture, when read literally, implies that Jesus is ambivalent to one’s gender, thus embracing all identities—”transgender,” “agender,” “bigender,” and so on.
For those of us well-grounded in the unwavering truth of the Bible, it is borderline comedic to witness such a blatant and epic Scripture-twist. Montoya, in his enthusiasm to mold Scripture to his whims, seems to simply overlook the clear delineation of gender outlined in Genesis 1:27. Here it is written, “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them”—a passage that undeniably affirms the binary nature of gender as part of God’s plan.
In his theatrical declaration, this clown also twists the biblical commandment against lying, suggesting that suppressing one’s self-identified gender equates to deceit and thus, sin. It’s an inventive argument, to say the least, but it neglects the cornerstone biblical principle of identity: we are defined by our creation in God’s image, not by our fluctuating self-perceptions.
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Montoya’s efforts to repurpose the Bible’s final authority to suit his personal narrative are both laughably foolish and deeply troubling. The Bible’s truth remains steadfast, immune to any attempts to be rebranded by contemporary trends or individual ideologies. To argue otherwise is a fool’s errand. Here’s the clip: