Christians Against Masturbation

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7 Responses to Christians Against Masturbation

  1. Tim says:

    This was well done.
    ofcourse in a free society you can form all sorts of quirky voluntary associations… all quite Libertarian really.

  2. Richard says:

    This was well done.

    I thought so.

    (As you have said yourself …) I put up these sorts of blog posts to explode the common myth that many lost souls have that Christianity demands its faithful to embrace a prudish (and humourless) world view …

    Having said that, I’m not a Dispensationalist, and I do think that Matthew 5:27-29 applies to us. It is wrong to lust after other men’s wives.

  3. Tim says:

    I agree We ought to respect other mens wives. What I am saying however is we need not have a prudish attitude towards ‘Calander Girls’, or pretend we dont find beutiful woman attractive. I guess the ‘Good’ husband ought not post pics of ‘Hot chicks’ onto his blog out of respect for his own wife… The bigest problem with this whole ‘Ill never look at another woaman’ idea is that you would have to go live on a desert Island to escape ‘Sexy models’… they are everywhere!
    When I hooked up with my wife I did not swear “I will never *look* at another Hot chick ever again” … nor do I worry about her watching Brad Pitt movies etc… Even contemplating such a Marrage condition seems absurdly oppressive… and is certianly not essential for Christian Salvation. We are under grace, not this condition of personal Purity which Christ says is essential for believing Jews to enter his Earthly kingdom.
    And as I said earlier…. Im not saint… no example of Christian virtue… Im a very carnal man.

  4. Isharu Matsu says:

    I have to ask… is this video for real? If so i have to side with louis on this one. If we didnt have masturbation then we would have alot more sick people out there trying to fullfill their urges. Or people rushing into marriage and risk an eternity of misery because curiousity overwhelms them or shear desire and urges. Yes i get urges and temptations are bad but without desire we would never.accomplish anything. But history has shown no race, religion,ethnicity, gender has any right to critisize another. Let those without sin cast the first stone… well sadly everyone has sin. Everyone will keep sinning and apologizing for it every week doesnt mean a thing unless you truely want to change.

  5. Richard says:

    No, it’s comedy. (Louis C.K. is a comedian.)

    In his book God is Not Great, atheist Christopher Hitchens says that an “irreducible objection” to religious faith is that “it is both the result and the cause of dangerous sexual repression.” He has a point that cannot easily be dismissed.

    But, yes, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone …”

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