A gender queer non-binary Anglican priest in the United Kingdom he is on record as claiming to use the administrative charge in hopes of “normalizing” such behavior among children.
“I try to get involved, not just in my religious work but outside of it, with local secular LGBT youth groups,” said the Rev. Bingo Allison, a Church of England priest in the Diocese of Liverpool who identifies as gender. queer and uses “they/they” pronouns, according to an interview with the echo of liverpool.
“One of the biggest things is just being a visual representation in my community and going to schools and having assemblies and making a big difference in normalizing things for kids. When I wear my necklace, it lets kids know that it’s okay and that there is a place in the church and the outside world for people like me,” Allison added.
Allison, who claims to be the first non-binary gender-queer priest in established church of englandhe claimed to have discovered a biblical basis for gender fluidity during a nightly reading of Genesis 1:27, which recounts how God created humans male and female.
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“And God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them,” reads the verse, which Allison argued expresses “masculinity to femininity” rather than men and women.
Allison described the revelation as “a deepening spiritual experienceby which God “was leading me to this new truth about myself.”
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“One of the things that has stayed with my ministry ever since is that transition and coming out can and should be a spiritual experience, as well as an emotional, social and sometimes a physical one,” Allison told the British outlet. “There is something beautiful about becoming who we were created to be and growing into our authentic selves.”
“When I wear the necklace, the kids know it’s okay…”
A third-generation priest and father of three who was ordained at Liverpool Cathedral in 2020, Allison claimed to have grown up in a home that was “heavily religious” and believed that homosexuality and transgender behavior were “a sinful thing.”
But after learning the term “gender queer” about seven years ago, Allison said “everything clicked all of a sudden.”
“It was a lot harder than I thought to come out and then stay in the closet,” Allison said. “There were definitely many times before where I questioned my identity, but growing up in a more conservative form of Christianity meant it was way beyond my imagination.”
in a sermon Marking Trans Awareness Day in 2021, Allison compared the plight of transgender people to the suffering of the martyrs mentioned in Hebrews chapter 11 in the New Testament.
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Calvin Robinson, an Anglican deacon from the breakaway Free Church of England who recently told Fox News Digital that his ordination in the Church of England was “snatched away” because of his conservative theological views, he condemned Allison’s positions and urged others to “call her heresy and blasphemy”.
“It challenges the apparent apostasy of the Church,” Robinson said. “Don’t resort to ad hominem attacks. We know how this story plays out. The conversation turns from truth/lies to ‘intimidation.'”
“You can predict it like clockwork,” Robinson continued. “In a week or so, he will once again be making headlines in left-wing newspapers saying he was abused and attacked for his appearance. The Church of England will not rebuke him for his mistakes, but will double down on him.” “. and say that he should be even more inclusive. Pray for his wife and his children and for the terrible time he must be going through with this scandal.”
A Fox News Digital referred to the Diocese of Liverpool, which spoke did not respond to a request for comment at the time of publication.
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petition boxes Last month, at Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s palace in London, the Church of England was urged to scrap its controversial transgender orientation for primary schools.
Critics say the guidance holds that children aged 5 and over should be affirmed in the opposite sex if they identify with it, although the Church of England has said the guidance is “intended as a bullying prevention document so that All children have their dignity.”
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multiple bishops in the Church of England They have publicly urged the institution in recent months to begin performing same-sex weddings, and the church is scheduled to vote on the issue during its general synod in February.
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