Ep. 13 What is a Woman?

In episode 14 of the Battle Ground podcast, Pastor Phil Hostenpillers takes a look into Joe Biden's Supreme Court Nominee, Judge Brown Jackson. Brown Jackson states that she cannot define a woman because she is not a biologist, in her confirmation hearing on Tuesday. Hotsenpiller also discusses how Brown Jackson writes a piece about Black women in the 1619 project, but somehow can not define what a woman is. He also debunks Brown Jackson's ideas on critical race theory, the Founding Fathers, and identity politics. He brings up an example from BBC that shares a story of how China is trying to push boys to be more manly. This issue is prevalent because of the One-Child Policy which resulted in uneven numbers of males and females in China. Hotsenpiller backs up his claim behind the issues with gender identities. He shows evidence in Genesis by quoting "God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them". Now, if you believe the Bible is the word of God, how could you argue with that?

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