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I know someone reading this will say, this scripture is addressing the concept rather than the actions. What concept? Concept you maybe be right about but concerning what and for which era? The LORD God never change, He is a fixed principle, Hebrews 13:8, but the first advent of Jesus Christ revolutionized the world and all its systems. This is the concept Deuteronomy 22:5 addressed. Man (Adam and Eve) was made in the image of God. He made Adam to look exclusively different from Eve. My cross-dressing, and by living like the Canaanite transvestites, the Israelites would defile the image of God because they no longer represent Him. By this action Israel would really be changing their identity as sons of God and become the son of he whom they obey. That's the real issue here. The LORD never made a mistake when he made you who you are. 

Do you think this command was only concerned with wearing clothes? It wasn't even connected to women wearing pants because pants were never worn then.They were not even invented yet. God is not concerned with your clothes but your heart. Do you think the LORD God would describe you as "abomination" ONLY because of the clothes you wear? Is there any references in the Word of God to substantiate that principle? My LORD and God is never so frivolous and superficial. He is of strong substance. The LORD God is only concerned with the substance of a broken, and a contrite heart before Him.

What if the situation was  reversed; would the action be considered abomination and not the person? Here is such a scenario. The LORD told Moses, you shall not "sacrifice" to the LORD your God any bullock (cow), or sheep, that has any blemish or spots or any imperfections for that is an abomination to the LORD your God, Deuteronomy 17:1. If any person went ahead and offered such an animal (as sacrifice) it will be rejected by God for it is considered abominable to Him. The person who offered the sacrifice, however, is not considered detestable in any way to God but is accepted. Here is another, different weights are loathsome to the LORD; and using an incorrect scale is dishonest, Proverbs 20:23 . The weights for the scale are considered an abomination not the business person, or trader who deliberately use them it to rob his customers. A false scale is detestable to the LORD: but He is happy with a correct scale or balance, Proverbs 11:1.

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In this Scripture, Deuteronomy 22:5, My Cellulite Solution   what does the LORD God declares as "abomination?" The action or the person? There is no abominable action without a person. But a person can be considered abominable but his actions are accepted. Here is a case in point: The LORD God says, "all" men who have on his body or apart of his body as clothing, decoration or protection, equipment or ornament, that which have reference or related or be appropriate or applicable for a woman are detestable. The same is applicable and true for women who do the opposite.

In an attempt to adequately exegete  this instruction let me briefly recount the background situation of Israel. Here, Moses is rehearsing the LORD God' s instructions to Israel before they occupy the promised land. This is a reminder for Israel because Moses had already instructed them. Israel is about to occupy the lands of the six nations the LORD God had destroyed. They were warned not to spare any of those people alive nor to inter marry with them, not to adopt their life style or they would become a thorn in their side. This was particularly interested because the LORD God consider their life style an abomination because these six nations had many loathsome practices. They would offer their children to their gods, they were idolatrous and there were many prostitutes, both male and female, in the land. The male prostitutes, "Sodomites", were called "dogs". These people were cross-dressers but especially the Canaanites. In today's language they are called transvestites, men dressing as women and women dressing as men. Bear these situations in mind when we examine Moses' command, according to Deuteronomy 22:5.


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