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Posted by Amy Orr-Ewing Morality. The question you have most been dreading comes — What is wrong with sex before marriage? What on earth are you going to say? In the gospels, Jesus was asked many difficult questions and he frequently responded with a question, before answering more fully. He did this so often that I think we are probably meant to notice it and learn something. What question might we ask here?
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What Does the Bible Say about Sex before Marriage?
Is Sex Before Marriage a Sin? — Beautiful Christian Life
Photo by A. Do you know unmarried couples who attend church, have consensual sex, and may even live together? According to a study by the Barna Group,. The majority of American adults believe cohabitation is generally a good idea. Of the 65 percent of American adults who are okay with cohabitation, a good number of them identify themselves as Christians.
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What is wrong with sex before marriage?
Perhaps the best book of the Bible about the joys of sex is the Song of Songs as it reminds us sex is strictly for marriage. God loves sex. I want them to look forward to it but remain pure. It is not limited to genital stimulation and the release of tension through a quick and simple orgasm.
In a recent summit on human trafficking at Johns Hopkins University, kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart made some surprising remarks about why victims of rape may not try to escape their captors. Her conclusion? They, like she, may have been raised in a culture that says a woman's worth in rooted in her sexual purity. Recounting an anecdote from a childhood teacher who compared having sex to being chewed like a piece of gum, Smart, a Mormon, tells her audience that she "felt crushed" after being raped: "Who could want me now?