Harvie, who is relentlessly touring, has appeared on television and radio programs, spoken at numerous universities, and has done comedy all over the country.
With his rugged good looks and unassuming comedy, he's dispelled a lot of myths about trans men (while being funny too).
Author Vaughan Roberts, the Rector of St Ebbe’s Church in Oxford, has written a timely new book addressing the topic of transgenderism, explaining the roots of this ideology, and offering practical guidance to Christians seeking to love the individual and speak truth.
Roberts, known for his book ‘Battles Christians Face’, tackles transgenderism in his usual accessible style, with biblical grounding and compassion.
He posits that we often have two responses: Blind disgust, or blind affirmation (or as he puts it, where Enlightenment ideas have fed into our prizing autonomy and authenticity to the point where the mind is preferred over the body.
They'd met at her job; Camilla was a bank teller and Henry would purposely wait in her line even if it was the longest one there.
Henry was cute and nice too, though a bit of tough guy; or at least, that's how he carried himself.
Roberts concludes his book with some much-needed practical advice, answering questions about how we should respond as a Church and individuals, to friends, family and strangers.
He emphasises the importance of demonstrating love and compassion, and that only in the context of relationships are we able to explain that the narrative of the gospel offers hope, redemption and freedom.‘Transgender’ is short, accessible, and yet theologically robust and emotionally sensitive.