A dean at the University of Cambridge in the U.K. defended a junior research fellow who spoke from the pulpit about Jesus' "trans body" and likened his side wound to a vagina.
Dr. Michael Banner, the dean of Trinity College, said Joshua Heath raised "legitimate" speculation in his Evensong sermon, during which the researcher claimed from the pulpit of Trinity College chapel that non-erotic portrayals of Jesus' penis in historical paintings "urge a welcoming rather than hostile response towards the raised voices of trans people," according to The Daily Telegraph.
"In Christ's simultaneously masculine and feminine body in these works, if the body of Christ as these works suggest the body of all bodies, then his body is also the trans body," Heath said.
Heath, whose PhD in theology was supervised by the former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, also claimed that in one of the Medieval paintings he displayed to the congregation, the spear wound in Jesus' side "takes on a decidedly vaginal appearance." In another, he pointed out how the blood from his side flows to his groin.
Interesting how someone can take a living example of life and turn into a ungodly representation of "sterilization". Transgender pretenders can't reproduce according to their preferences. They MUST take action opposed what they claim to be their nature to reproduce.
BTW....The "wound" in the side of Jesus was an allusion to the Bride of Christ that would come forth with the death of Jesus Christ. Just like Eve came forth from the side of Adam.