A man who goes by "they/them" pronouns and thinks that Jesus loves sparkly eyeshadow is now a Christian priest in one of the most preeminent church denominations in the world.
And Bingo is his name-o.
Yep, Bingo Allison, a father of three. The "they/them" who is now a priest at an Anglican "church."
(Just in case you were wondering how woke the Church of England is now.)
The DailyMail has the profile on Bingo, so the following quotes will use the gender-neutral "they/them", but remember that Allison is a man.
Allison spoke about their '15-year journey' to embrace their gender in an interview with the Liverpool Echo.
'My views used to be very traditional and very conservative certainly. Some might call them bigoted and there was a lot of ignorance and a lot of ''othering'',' they said.
'I didn't take the time to learn from other people's experiences. I was definitely in a lot of denial and some of that denial came out in denial of other people's identities.'
Allison came out seven years ago, halfway through the Church of England's vicar training programme.
They explained how the language which the bible originally used in Genesis 1:27 spoke about 'from maleness to femaleness' as opposed to men and women.
This is not what Genesis 1:27 says.
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.
The categories are distinct and separate. It is only in the last 5 minutes of history that woke cultists have tried to twist it to mean the opposite of what it says.
And Genesis 5:2:
Male and female he created them, and he blessed them and named them Man when they were created.
This is the same language used when God divides the sexes to Noah regarding the mating pairs needed onboard the ark (Genesis 6:19):
And of every living thing of all flesh, you shall bring two of every sort into the ark to keep them alive with you. They shall be male and female.
Be careful about the schools you send your children to.
Here's the way Allison twisted Scripture to get this interpretation:
In a speech to a panel on making churches more inclusive, Allison said Christianity had historically been guilty of prioritising the views of 'rich, white, straight, cisgender, able-bodied, neurotypical men'.
Explaining that they are also autistic and dyspraxic, Allison wrote: 'I am passionate about fully including neurodivergent people in the life and faith of the Church, particularly in our telling and retelling of stories from the Bible.
'The history of biblical interpretation is littered with the opinions of rich, white, straight, cisgender, able-bodied, neurotypical men assuming that everyone in the passages that they read thought like them and perceived the world like them.
'The biases that this creates exclude anyone who doesn't fit from fully engaging with the Bible, and often lead the church to miss out on vital perspective on all sorts of biblical narratives.
'So if Biblical scholars tended to be neurotypical and tended to assume that everyone they read about in the Bible was like them unless specifically informed otherwise, what would happen if I assumed the opposite?
'What if a neurodivergent hermeneutic started with the assumption that, unless specifically informed otherwise, certain characters were neurodivergent?'
Okay, so to sum this up, Allison is discarding all of the previous work interpreting and explaining the Bible because it was interpreted by straight white men (never mind that this isn't true at all) and instead using standpoint epistemology. Meaning he is reading the Bible from an autistic and non-binary, personal, perspective.
So, instead of interpreting the true meaning of Scripture, Allison is applying his own woke perspective.
That's the long and short of it.
Listen to Calvin Robinson as he explains how to handle this news from England:
This is obviously a deeply disturbed individual that the church is propping up for woke points. He is being abused for intersectional cred, and his family is in an impossible situation as this man abandons his God-given gender and role in order to fulfill a fantasy.