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Two Genders

I love Science and medicine; studying the brain and human anatomy is one of my favorite hobbies. I often incorporate it into my gospel teachings—a little fun fact: I graduated with honors from a medical program eleven years ago. So I have no qualms when unbelievers love science. We should all fully understand our biological makeup, so much so that it’s easy to debunk the thirty-gender theory and rising.

Scripture and biology offer unique facts on the differences between men and women. Additionally, Spiritual bread helps to keep a man and a woman pure in their hearts, minds and bodies. For example:

Psalm 119:9-16 confirms the truth when David says, “How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to your word. So that with the whole heart, a man should seek God and not wander from God’s commandments.

David said that a man’s heart stored up with God’s word leads to a life without sinning against God. This fact is a man who won’t be deceived to think he is a woman. It’s impossible, and the cause is an unclean spirit within the person. The great news is that through faith in Jesus Christ and heartfelt repentance, God can change a person’s life who desires to live for Christ.

Genesis 1:27: “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.”

Biblically, men and women have different and complementary roles within the family. Men are godly solid heads and protective, like Jesus, the head of the family unit. Women are seen as nurturing and supporting the family and raising the children with a virtuous godly structure. Yes, moms and dads are created to work together and mesh their differences to become one body.

From a biological standpoint, men and women have different physical characteristics, such as height, muscle mass, and hormones. Men typically have more muscle mass and are taller, while women tend to have more body fat and estrogen and progesterone hormones. ( I think we got bamboozled with the whole body fat thing, but who is complaining? Lol).

Still, both men and women have unique roles and responsibilities in the family, and both are necessary for a healthy and balanced home. One thing is for sure a family is only possible with a male and female to create more males and females.

Did you know that a man’s genital organ is on the outside of the body and is called a penis and testicle? The testicles produce the sperm that only a biological man can make. A woman is a woman and has ovaries that produce the egg that compliment the sperm and forms a human life when they conceive.

Furthermore, a woman has a cervix and a vagina for which to birth the baby, seeing a man has no birth canal and only a physical opening in his penis to urinate and ejaculate. When married men have wives, they procreate more male and female children, as we previously talked about.

The other biological difference that is without a doubt different, men have an X and Y chromosome, and females have two X chromosomes. At the same time, a female can be considered intersex, which means she was exposed early in the womb to extra male Chromosomes; therefore, she still has ovaries and a uterus but with malformed genitals and can have the characteristics of a deformed penis. After all, the formation of a vagina begins looking like a bulge before the urinary system and genitals form at about the eleven-week mark of the gestational stage, that’s when more biology kicks in; God’s plans take shape, literally.

This can be a difficult diagnosis, but the fact remains that the human being is still a woman, and thanks to God, scientific medicine makes a way to correct the malformed organs so the female can live a long, healthy life.

“Have you not read that he who created them from the beginning made them male and female?”-Matthew 19:4

Praise God for our genders, both male and Female, Father blessed them.

Sis Christine

C. Brejcha ©️

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