Wednesday, 18 January 2012
It seems that I have been bombarded by many strong Christian believers on my opinion of premarital sex. I, myself a Christian, who tries to do as much good as possible and always help a stranger, believe that love making is okay between a couple in love. My husband and I moved in together after he proposed, and we were intimate with one another before we got married.
We love one another and wanted to express that love and become one. But where do we draw the line? If it's ok to have intimate relations before marriage, how do we define which ones are ok and which aren't? If it's not okay, as the Bible preaches, should we abstain at all costs?
I guess same sex couples then should never have sex because in many states they are still not able to get married, and most churches do not recognize their union. So then sex is not a love connection that joins two people as one, or is it?
My question to you, how do you feel about premarital sex? Morally wrong, or socially acceptable? Where do you draw the line?