Bunnies, eggs, and jelly beans have as much business in Bible believing Christianity as transgender men do in girl’s restrooms.
Sure, some men might want to redefine themselves as a woman for a day, and explain that male and female facilities are still separate, but we all know something is fundamentally wrong with that.
Unsaved people call themselves Christians for a day as they attend church this one time on Easter. In the other pew Christians incorporate traditions into their meetings from religions they would eschew on any other day.
Crucifixes made of chocolate provide a spoonful of sugar to help the bad doctrine go down, but they are bittersweet.
It is justified that bunnies, eggs, and other fertility symbols were popularized by pagans in the past, but now they are defined as Christian symbolism for new life, so its all ok.
Does the Bible teach us to do this? No. So, in summary, Christians take what was once wrong, and redefine it to be acceptable.
Someone is cross dressing.
What happens when transgender men become commonplace and part of a longstanding tradition in girl’s restrooms?
No doubt some Christians warped by their idea of compromise in the church will at that time reject separating them. After all, it could open opportunity for the girls to evangelize the men and change their view about gender.
Or…perhaps we should get all the guys out of the girl’s restrooms (1 Tim 5:2), and anything contrary to truth out of our churches (1 Tim 4:12; 2 Cor 10:5).
For His glory,
Justin “in pursuit of purity” Johnson