Several years ago I came across this article, of which I will quote the first paragraph:
The Church's response to sex is a thorny issue. I don't think we can pretend that our present culture is any more or less obsessed with sex than any other or previous culture, but the issue is evolving constantly. The consequences of sex particularly have changed in the last 30 years, pregnancy and social stigma may be out, but Aids and Chlamydia are certainly in.
The author of this article doesn't seem to define Pomosexuality in exactly the same way as I attempted to define it in my first paragraph. Rather than referring exclusively to the slippery nature of sexual orientation, this article talks more about what the church's response should be to what are often referred to as sexual sins: the premarital sex of an engaged couple, single Christians who occasionally have safer sex with a fuck-buddy or one-night stand, the adjustment some couples make after marriage when sex is now "ok" instead of being "sinful."
What do you think?
How much change (if any) needs to occur in the church regarding issues related to human sexuality?
I'll share my opinion later. ;)
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