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They Mock Christians for Believing in the Resurrection, But They Believe This

By  |  July 10, 2017, 12:00pm  |  @stevengberman


There’s far more evidence that Jesus Christ was crucified, died, and three days later emerged from the tomb resurrected from the dead than there is that a pregnant man gave birth to a child. Yet liberals expect people to believe the latter and mock the former.

It would be a miracle of the first order, without precedence, for a man to become pregnant, since by definition, a man lacks the equipment for the task. It would be a greater miracle for a man to become pregnant than it was for Mary, mother of Jesus, to conceive without having had sex with a man, since in those days artificial insemination was not yet invented.

Today, were anyone to claim they were impregnated by the Holy Spirit, they’d invite snickers since anyone can saunter to the sperm bank and pick out a sample.

That is, everyone but a man. Yet, the Independent used a headline without satire or irony, bellowing that Hayden Cross is “Britain’s first pregnant man.”

Hayden Cross, 21, made headlines around the world when he announced he was pregnant by a sperm donor, three years after becoming legally male through gender reassignment.

He put his transition on hold to have a child.

Ahh…the truth. Hayden is a she. Her name is really Paige, but she changed it to Hayden after deciding she wanted to live as a man. But she is one hundred percent woman: a woman who took male hormones allowing her to look mannish.

And we now know Hayden sauntered to the local sperm bank, picked out a sample, and had herself inseminated. She carried the baby in her womb and gave birth. All the references to “his” baby, “him,” and “Mr. Cross” can’t erase the biological fact that Hayden is a she and no miracle occurred here.

(That, and a woman calling herself Thomas gave birth in 2008 in the U.S., so Hayden wasn’t even the first.)

It doesn’t matter how many times people who want to believe lies say that 2 + 2 = 5. The real answer doesn’t change.

In the mid 1920s, Christian humorist and philosopher G.K. Chesterton wrote

It’s the first effect of not believing in God that you lose your common sense

and

You hard-shelled materialists were all balanced on the very edge of belief — of belief in almost anything.

Both of these assertions are lit in neon when otherwise sane people casually write about pregnant men giving birth. They mock Christians for believing in documented miracles, but expect the world to accept without argument their most benighted fantasies.