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Posted by on Jul 31, 2014 in Blog, Culture, Sexuality, Topics | 2 comments

The Writing on the Bathroom Wall — What does it mean?

The Writing on the Bathroom Wall — What does it mean?

Today I read an article with the provocative title: “University To Offer ‘Gender-Open’ Restrooms.” It noted that non-specific gender bathrooms are now common-place on some 150 college campuses. It is easy to qualify this fact as a further desirable expression of civil rights, tolerance and freedom, but it is much more a striking piece of evidence of a powerful spiritual  ideology.  This “binary busting,” is based on a worldview that is forcing its way into everyday culture, even to the way we use the bathroom, and seeks the elimination of all God-created distinctions according to a pagan Oneist view of reality.

One day soon the reassuring images of pudgy men and women on separate  bathroom doors in public places like airports will have all been taken down. In their place will be the sign “gender open.” Then you will know that the brave new world of the genderless/androgynous new humanity is at the door!


  1. Hello Mr. Jones
    For close to a year now, used a quote of yours (giving you credit) which to me says it so well….you speak of a potential coming revival coming out of coming persecution at the hands of our pagan, genderless, all is one, culture….
    How much of our modern current holistic health is driven by this one-ism world-view…(Gems-stones, reckei, yoga, meditation,etc..?

    • Dear Glenn,

      You are right. Indeed I just finished a book seeking to show that, as you say, “this pagan, genderless, all is one, culture” has taken over important areas of our culture like the academy, the courts and the media. The book is entitled GIVEN OVER BUT NOT GIVING UP, to appear in February, 2015. This movement can also be described as “The Easternization of the West,” the title of an important book by Colin Campbell, in which scenario you can fit much of the meditation, yoga and other technique to which you make mention. All is part of a composite, coherent worldview, that is vast in power and influence.

      Christians need to be on their toes and be aware—just as you are doing.

      Peter Jones

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