It is called, “Understanding Gender Dysphoria: Navigating Transgender Issues in a Changing Culture.”
This paragraph speaks to me –
Moreover, this entire discussion begs for further investigation into a biblical vision of masculinity and femininity. Gender confusion happens at the intersection of biology and sociology, or how one’s birth sex relates to how he or she lives in the world. Yarhouse alludes to the dangers of “rigid stereotypes about what it means to be male or female” that “inform gender roles that are difficult for some to live into” (133). However, he never describes what these are, nor does he offer alternatives. Literature abounds in this area, but more work needs to be done—work that speaks to what is essential to godly masculinity and femininity. Along this line, and worthy of further investigation, is the first known fact about gender: “in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them” (Gen. 1:27).
I’d love to read more about this. Although I think some things are clear extremes either to denying gender differences or exaggerating the differences, it’s still hard to articulate the middle balance. But even though the book doesn’t get into it enough apparently, it still looks like a great book.