I recommend reading this essay, A Christian Perspective on Homosexuality, by William Lane Craig. This essay is mainly about homosexuality, but it is very helpful for any discussions about crossdressing. William Lane Craig discusses the notion of moral relativism and how there is only such a thing as “right” and “wrong” if God exists. He also makes the helpful distinction that being born homosexual doesn’t entail that homosexual behavior is therefore right. There is a difference between being homosexual and acting on those desires. This is the point I have often made about crossdressing as well. He also gets into the biblical passages that talk about homosexual behavior and explains them clearly. At the end, he talks about the difficult task of arguing that homosexual behavior is wrong, if one believes in God, but not the Bible. He cites a bunch of statistics from a book about the behavior of homosexuals. I would not want to swear by these statistics. Maybe they are true, but if they were, it seems like they would be more well-known. I think there is more truth to them than the liberal media or LGBT crowd want to admit, but I would be very careful to check my data from multiple sources.
But still, I love this essay. His arguments are clear, concise, and compelling. If you are a Christian who is wrestling with the issue of homosexuality and God’s will, this essay is for you. But if you are wrestling with crossdressing, almost all of the principles still apply. All of the topics he addresses in the essay are things I’ve had to address when talking about crossdressing. I love how the essay ends as well, saying we shouldn’t joke or mock homosexuals, but love them and accept them into the Church.