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This is an extremely important book, not just in Andrew Walker's practical treatment of the tricky and confusing topic of transgenderism, but in the very truthful and compassionate way he deals with it. This is really a book about how we love the gender-dysphoric person with the full grace and glorious truth of the gospel itself. It is a uniquely beautiful and very practical book. Absolutely 'Must-Read' material.
--Glenn T. Stanton, Director of Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family

Andrew Walker is one of the young bright lights in the Evangelical church. In God and the Transgender Debate he helps the church both understand and compassionately respond to today's challenges on gender identity.
--Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation and author of Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom and When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment

Gender-identity questions are among the most radical of our time and the church is not prepared. Andrew T. Walker has thought deeply about these things, and is an invaluable guide for faithful Christians walking through the heat and confusion of this debate.
--Rod Dreher, Author of The Benedict Option

This book resonates with gospel clarity and gospel compassion. It will empower you to share the good news of Jesus with those who grapple with gender-identity issues. The book is smart, wise, persuasive, and practical.
--Russell Moore, President, The Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission

Andrew Walker offers overdue clarity, compassion, and practical wisdom on one of the most difficult questions of our day. Along the way he demonstrates not only that we need not choose between truth and love, as we are often told, but that especially on these issues of human identity, we cannot. This is such an important book.
--John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview

I have been waiting for a resource that would provide me with a clear, loving, and gospel-centered analysis on the topic of gender dysphoria, and I have finally found it. This resource will be incredibly helpful in assisting the body of Christ to be a light in today's cultural climate.
--Jackie Hill Perry, Writer and artist

This book puts the hand of the suffering into the hands of the Savior, and therefore, this is the book that I will put into the hands of parents struggling to know how God's word speaks into loving a child who struggles with gender-identity issues. In addition to its loving pastoral care and biblical family guidance, this book models how to discern the times, and to respond with Christian hope.
--Rosaria Butterfield, Author of Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert

What should Christians think and say about those who feel their gender is out of line with their biological sex? Should we accept that or silently acquiesce? Andrew Walker rightly says no, but in a compassionate manner that recognizes the psychological struggles and the suffering of people who experience alienation from themselves as God made them.
--Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence, Princeton University

Christians must begin to think and speak biblically, in truth and love, about this issue. Andrew Walker has provided a steady foundation from which the church can begin to grapple with this cultural shift.
--Karen Swallow Prior, Author of Fierce Convictions The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More: Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist

Andrew Walker writes on a tough subject with courage and compassion. This is the book Christians need to read to cut through the politically-correct noise and get to the heart of one of the most contentious issues of our time.
--David French, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute

The post-Christian West says that we are what we think we are, not what our bodies reveal us to be and this is one of the chief challenges to Christianity today. That is why God and the Transgender Debate is so important. It is a countercultural, compassionate, must-read book.
--Denny Burk, President, the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

The Bible says to love your neighbor and to do unto others as you would have them do unto you. How can Christians love our transgender neighbors compassionately, without compromising our faith? Andrew Walker puts us on the right path.
--Erick Erickson, Editor of The Resurgent

Andrew Walker has given us a much-needed resource for understanding the questions around transgender issues. With clarity and gentleness, he calls us back to a biblical vision of humanity, creation, and gender, and invites us to see fidelity to that vision as the most loving way we can engage with a confused world.
--Mike Cosper, Founder of Harbor Media; Author of The Stories we Tell

Walker has done what many could not. He has not only given the church a tool for greater understanding of this area, but has done so with grace, conviction, careful study and thought, and deep love for others. This is not only a timely book; it's a timeless resource for anyone desiring to serve and love their neighbor as themselves.
--Trillia Newbell, Author of Enjoy and Fear and Faith

Andrew Walker brings a sharp mind and pastoral heart to a complex and often painful issue, and the result is a hugely helpful resource for the church today, full of wisdom, grace and truth. I recommend it highly.
--Sam Allberry, Speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries; Editor at The Gospel Coalition

One of evangelicalism's brightest young stars helps us understand how the gospel can be good news, and how the church can be a faithful community, for somebody experiencing gender dysphoria. If you are looking for a one-stop resource for responding biblically to questions about transgender and gender fluidity, look no further.
--Bruce Riley Ashford, Provost and Professor of Theology and Culture, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; Author of Every Square Inch

Christians will need an extra measure of wisdom and an extra measure of compassion in walking with people who struggle with their gender identity. Andrew Walker demonstrates the kind of wisdom and compassion we will need in the days ahead. God and the Transgender Debate sets current debates over identity within a biblical worldview and offers counsel on tough questions.
--Trevin Wax, Bible and Reference Publisher for B&H, author of This Is Our Time: Everyday Myths In Light of the Gospel

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Andrew T. Walker (@andrewtwalk) is Director of Policy Studies for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.

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