Beyond Pink and Blue: Articulating a Theology of Gender to a Gender Non-Conforming Generation

It’s no coincidence that Generation Z is characterized by both unparalleled gender fluidity and epidemic levels of anxiety. In our post-Christian society, young adults are asking what it means to be human with little more to guide them than their feelings. Yet, our gender nonconforming culture may among the most compelling apologetics for the Christian faith in our times. This paper will present a theology of sex and gender that is grounded in our created identities and confirmed by our relationships. It will also address the philosophical and cultural hindrances to a theology of sex and gender, as well as present a theological anthropology on this most urgent theological question.

4 thoughts on “Beyond Pink and Blue: Articulating a Theology of Gender to a Gender Non-Conforming Generation”

  1. Need more information
    The topic is certainly relevant to this section, but I need to see how this topic is explored from a biblical and theological perspective. Including relevant sources and a proposed outline would also help with the assessment.

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