Jenner Deserves No More Respect & Admiration Than Dolezal
In a piece appearing in the Washington Times, columnist Walter Williams assured readers that he would refer to Bruce Jenner as a “she”.
Would the pundit extend the same courtesy to NAACP functionary Rachel Dolezal by referring to her as Black rather than White?
Some might respond that Dolezal lied but Jenner did not.
Mind you, these are likely some of the same people that insist that race does not exist and that the color of skin no more intrinsic to one's identity than one's hair color.
Well, you can change hair color, can you not?
The entire hair dye industry is built upon that reality.
In his moment upon the stage of redemptive history, Pontius Pilate snorted what is truth.
If a man can mutilate himself, strut around like a circus clown, retain for now the very appendage symbolizing the ontological state the individual has alleged to renounce while insisting to be a woman, how is that embracing the truth?
It is no more truthful than a White woman masquerading as Black.
Frederick Meekins is an independent theologian and social critic. Frederick holds a BS in Political Science/History, a MA in Apologetics/Christian Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary, and a PhD. in Christian Apologetics from Newburgh Theological Seminary.