e-book: £5.99

Published: April 2018

212 pages

ISBN: 978-0-9956832-5-9

The New Normal: The Transgender Agenda

The ideology that individuals can recreate their gender identities and demand society’s approval is now commonplace.

In this book, Christian thinkers in the fields of philosophy, sociology, theology, literature and medicine explain the background to this ‘new normal’ and why it damages both the individuals concerned and the wider society.

Contributors include:

Lisa Severine Nolland, MA, MCS, PhD (Bristol) is the author of A Victorian Feminist Christian (2004).

Carys Moseley has taught at Edinburgh and Swansea Universities and is an adviser to the Presbyterian Church of Wales.

Carlos D. Flores has studied philosophy at the University of California and has written articles translated into various languages.

Professor Robert Oscar Lopez is the author of Colorful Conservative (2011) and co-author of Jephthah’s Children (2016).

James D. Lopez is a council member of the International Children’s Rights Institute.

Daniel Moody is the author of The Flesh Made Word: A New Reason to Be Against Abortion (2016).

Professor John Nolland, PhD (Cantab) teaches at Trinity College Bristol and has been a visiting professor at the University of Bristol.

Dr Peter Saunders, formerly a surgeon, is chief executive of the Christian Medical Fellowship.

Dr Rick Thomas, formerly a surgeon, has an MA in bioethics and medical law and works for the Christian Medical Fellowship.

Brittany Klein is co-author of Jephthah’s Children (2016) and a council member of the International Children’s Rights Institute.

Julia Gasper is an academic who has taught at various universities and written books on English literature and history.





Review by Bill Muehlenberg

“What is new is not always normal, and some rather abnormal things are now being forced into attempted normalcy by activists and militants. The transgender agenda is…”