Society & Education: Going Against The Word of Yah;Roles of Men & Women
Being in the second semester of my Bachelor's degree in Psychology, I am taking Sexuality and Gender along with Health Psychology. As I learn that society forms our beliefs which is why they push so hard to remove Abba Yahuah from all aspects of life. The less we rely on The Most High El Elyon, the more "freedom" satan has to pollute our children and generations to come. Here is one example of someone who has changed views in society.
Who is Judith Butler? Why is she Against what the Most High Yahuah Elohim Says is the Role of Men and Women? ➡️Butler proposed a "performance" theory of gender identity. ➡️Judith Pamela Butler is an American philosopher and gender theorist whose work has influenced political philosophy, ethics, and the fields of third-wave feminist, queer, and literary theory ➡️In her best-known work, Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (1990), and its sequel, Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of ‘Sex’ (1993), ➡️Butler built upon the familiar cultural-theoretic assumption that gender is socially constructed (the result of socialization, broadly conceived) rather than innate and that conventional notions of gender and sexuality serve to perpetuate the traditional domination of women by men and to justify the oppression of homosexuals and transgender persons. Merriam Webster Defines Gender as
the behavioral, cultural, or psychological traits typically associated with one sex
Merriam Webster Defines Sex as
: the sum of the structural, functional, and sometimes behavioral characteristics of organisms that distinguish males and females
: the state of being male or female https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sex
Merriam Webster Defines Nature as
: the genetically controlled qualities of an organism
Merriam Webster Defines Genetics as
: the genetic makeup and phenomena of an organism, type, group, or condition
What is Genetic Make-up
Protein synthesis is controlled by genes, which are contained on chromosomes. The genotype (or genome) is a person's unique combination of genes or genetic makeup.
A chromosome is made of a very long strand of DNA and contains many genes (hundreds to thousands). The genes on each chromosome are arranged in a particular sequence, and each gene has a particular location on the chromosome (called its locus). In addition to DNA, chromosomes contain other chemical components that influence gene function.
The pair of sex chromosomes determines whether a fetus becomes male or female. Males have one X and one Y chromosome. A male’s X comes from his mother and the Y comes from his father. Females have two X chromosomes, one from the mother and one from the father. In certain ways, sex chromosomes function differently than nonsex chromosomes.
She states that we should disregard genetics and all other provable science that supports Scripture. This is what she states... ➡️that nature made 2 types, men and women should be challenged. ➡️Viewing men and women different and complementary makes heterosexuality. And therefore also marriage and the heterosexual family ➡️A system of compulsory heterosexuality is why society is divided into two gender types, but doesn't explain how gender identity is created or sustained daily. ➡️Growing up in a society that classifies feelings, behavior and social roles in gender terms appropriate for men/ women we learn how to act in gender correct ways. ➡️Rather than viewing our gender performance as an inner expression, behavior acceptable for men/women is modeled after images and what we learn from family and institution ➡️ Ideology of natural gender order conceals the role of gender in the perpetuation of heterosexual dominance. Seidman, Steven.(3rd Ed)Social Construct of Sexuality (p36-37). Print. What does Abba Yahuah Say about Our Roles as Men and Women? ➡️1. The Order of Creation First, God creates Adam before Eve. In the modern world in which egalitarian notions of humanity dominate, the order of creation would seem to make little difference for social roles. But that wouldn’t have been the case for the original readers of Genesis, for whom primogeniture was a common feature of family life. (iv) The firstborn would often have special authority over those born after him, and Adam and Eve’s relationship is similar. God forms Adam first and then Eve. Thus Adam is given the position of authority. As Kenneth Matthews observes, “The priority of the man’s creation is important for recognizing leadership-followership in the garden.” (v) ➡️2. The Order of Accountability Second, God holds Adam accountable first for breaking God’s Word. In Genesis 2:15-17 he speaks to Adam, commanding him to “cultivate” and “keep/guard” the Garden of Eden (v. 15). God forbids Adam from eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil (v. 17) and warns him that disobedience leads to judgment. The word of God comes to Adam before Eve is even created (v. 22). This suggests that Adam, as Eve’s leader, was tasked with conveying God’s commands to her. This interpretation is confirmed when God seeks out Adam—not Eve—after the couple sins. Even though Eve was first deceived by the serpent and first ate of the tree, God pursues Adam first and interrogates him alone before turning to Eve: Then the LORD God called to the man, and said to him, “Where are you? . . . Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree of which I commanded you not to eat?” (Gen. 3:9-11) ➡️3. The Designation of the Woman as ‘Helper’ Third, God designates the woman to be a “helper” to Adam. To this end, the woman alone will be “suitable” for the man (Gen. 2:18, 20). The word translated “suitable” comes from a Hebrew term indicating “correspondence” or “complementarity.” (vii) Unlike the newly created animals—none of whom corresponded to Adam—the woman God formed from Adam’s side would complement him (v. 20). But she wouldn’t be like Adam in every respect; her unique calling would be to serve as his “helper.” The Hebrew term translated “helper” simply denotes one who offers “help” or “assistance.” (viii) Eve is called to come alongside Adam to assist him in the vocation God had given him to work and keep the Garden. To be sure, “helper” is elsewhere used of God (e.g., Gen. 49:25; Exod. 18:4), so it would be wrong to say the word always indicates a submissive role. ➡️4. The Man’s Naming of the Woman Fourth, Adam names Eve. After God fashions her from his side, Adam responds with poetry: “This now bone of my bones, And flesh of my flesh; She shall be called Woman, Because she was taken out of Man” (Gen. 2:23). At the end of the poem Adam names this new creation God has given him. That Adam would name her is significant in the context of Genesis 1-2, for the one who names is the one who leads. In Genesis 1, God exercises his own rule by naming. He calls the light “day” and the darkness “night” (1:5), and the sky “heaven” and the dry land “earth” (vv. 1:8, 10). He then entrusts to Adam the authority to name the animals: And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field and every bird of the sky, and brought them to the man to see what he would call them; and whatever the man called a living creature, that was its name. And the man gave names to all the cattle, and to the birds of the sky, and to every beast of the field. (Gen. 2:19-20) ➡️5. The Order of Satan’s Temptation Fifth, the serpent’s attack represents a subversion of God’s pattern of leadership. As we’ve seen, there is a clear ordering of authority in Genesis 2: God→Man→Woman God speaks to the man, and the man speaks to the woman. The serpent, then, subverts this order God has established. He doesn’t confront the man first or even God himself. Instead, he approaches the woman so that God’s order is reversed: Serpent→Woman→Man The serpent speaks to the woman, the woman speaks to the man, and the man evades God. And now the attack on God’s rule begins from the bottom up by overthrowing the order. In fact, Paul indicates that the undoing of this order was the basis for humanity’s fall into sin (1 Tim. 2:13-14). (xiv) https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/5-evidences-of-complementarian-gender-roles-in-genesis-1-2/%3famp