How does a Roman Catholic reconcile a preference for purely procreative sex with the Song of Solomon?
Premise #1: The Roman Catholic Church teaches that sex is for procreation Peter Turner has an excellent answer to the question on Onan. In it, he suggests that Onan really was misusing sex, and that ...
Can someone explains what the song is all about. I read it and I found that the characters are not husband wife. I want to understand the context in which the poem is written and a jist of the same.
Meaning of “Daughters of Jerusalem, I charge you: Do not arouse or awaken love until it so desires.” [closed]
Reading the Song of Solomon this is mentioned several times. What does it mean? Could this be a reference to not being sexually aggressive? For instance by being sexually aggressive things progress ...