Matthew Mason
12th June 2017

The past few years have seen rapid changes in how many of our contemporaries think about sex, gender, and sexuality. In this seminar, we’ll think about the biblical, theological, ethical, pastoral, and apologetic questions surrounding gender dysphoria and gender reassignment. We’ll focus our attention on what the Bible reveals about the pattern of God’s good creation for humans as male and female and how the gospel enables us to respond to this issue with clarity as well as with compassion for trans people.

Matthew is Rector of Christ Church Salisbury (Anglican Mission in England), which he helped to start in July 2014. He is also a Fellow of the Center for Pastor Theologians. Before moving to Salisbury, he served as Associate Rector at Church of the Resurrection, Washington, DC. He is married to Annabel, and they have three children.

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Matthew Mason
Mon 12 Jun 2017
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Matthew Mason
Mon 12 Jun 2017