Lutherans….this is NOT a good look.
Ok, let me back up a second.
Before we even get into this article, let me just make one statement right off the bat.
The older I’ve gotten, the more libertarian I have become.
So you want to be a dude and dress up like a lady?
Fine, I guess.
Oh, it’s not right and it’s not Biblical and I don’t think for one second God is amused, but you want to make that choice?
Fine by me.
It seems to me like God set up this world to give us all free-will and freedom of choice, so if that’s your choice so be it and you can live with the consequences.
Where I draw the line is when you try to bring it into the church and where I REALLY draw the line is when you do it to young children in a Children’s Sermon.
WAKE UP CHURCH!
Who is making these decisions at this “church”?
Has anyone there actually read the Bible?
According to a Facebook post this is St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square in Chicago.
Oh don’t they look so proud in their sinful flaunting of God’s Word?
I’ll just let you watch the video first and then scroll down for more details.
Reformation Charlotte had more details on the story:
Drag Queen Story Hour has been a perversion plaguing public libraries and schools around the nation for several years but what about Drag Queen prayer time for children during Sunday morning worship at church?
That’s exactly what St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square did this past weekend. After having a man dress up as a woman and preach the Sunday morning sermon, the man then called the children to the front where he led them in prayer. You can rest assured that prayer wasn’t to God, though.
According to the church’s Facebook post, the event was “a dress rehearsal for joy,” where “Seminarian Aaron Musser preaches in drag, inviting us to reflect on a joy that overflows so abundantly, it can’t help but make itself known.”
“Today we invite you to wear garments/accessories that make you feel 100%, like the best version of yourself!”
“And I decided instead of telling you, ‘this is how I want you to be joyful,’ as we prepare for this dress rehearsal, I figured I would instead put on a dress as so many who have inspired me have done. I decided to follow their example, showing that liberation from oppressive laws clears a path for joy.”