And you reject Him when you exclude Him from the act of conjugal union.
Scripture? I can find in the bible anything that even hints at this. Prove it to me in scripture.
God is a part of everything we do in life. He is always there in our home and in our marriage. So since He is always there how are we excluding Him. His word says that He is with us always, even to the end of the age. He'll never leave us nor forsake us. So how (scripturally based please) could we be excluding Him?
posted on 02/13/2004 4:48:02 AM PST
by John O
(God Save America (Please))
To: John O
=== So how (scripturally based please) could we be excluding Him?
What is this "scripturally based" nonsense?
Absent some "scripturally based" indication that God wills us to render the sex act sterile with the use of contraceptives, I see no reason for you to believe you are allowing God full reign in your life.
Is there anything about contraception in the Scripture? Onanism (the most natural contraception of all) appears to be grounds for condemnation. What in the world makes you think your manmade means for contraverting the potency of the male and fecundity of the female -- as designed by their Creator -- is legitimate?
I'm truly curious how you rationalize this.
posted on 02/13/2004 8:33:17 AM PST
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