I definitely won't flame to what you have said. This is actually part of what I was meaning by the many things I don't agree with. I don't believe being gay, lesbian, transgender or anything outside of God's design is right. There is no going around it as a Christian, though many people would like argue that perhaps God didn't mean it how we make it out to be understood. But that is just trying to adjust the Bible to fit their own desires so the world will be more acceptable toward them. And that does bring me to your latest point; Jesus was never about trying to dilute His teaching so it would make others like Him more, because then He would be lying and according to what we have learned He never sinned so clearly He was honest, but gentle with the hurt that needed healing.
I guess in more clear terms, I would be honest if I had a patient ask me how I perceived things. I don't care to be politically correct to make others comfortable while I keep my mouth shut and remain unimportant about my feelings on the matter. However, if someone wants me to address them by a name typically meant for the opposite gender, I would do it. Why? Because they can be named anything, regardless of their gender. Refusal to care for a transgender or gay patient is not only unethical, its sinful, but this statement is just be reiterating another person's post prior to ours. I still am very weary on if I would address someone by a pronoun not biologically fit to them, but I feel I need to do more Bible studying to solidify more what I believe regarding how Jesus would hand has handled situations similar to these. Right now, I would probably have to remain silent on pronouns and stick to saying their full name. then again, I am a new nursing student, so I am lacking in experience ans insight, both as a future nurse, and a Christian. I have more growth to do all around.