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First of all, my answer is from a position of a catholic person. The privacy is related to the interpretation of deity. If a christian, Jewish, or muslim speaks about God, they speak about somebody very specific and exclusive. God is jealous, in love to his people and very personal. Public sexual activity is related in Old Testament to pagan rituals and ...


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Sex itself is a creation of God, and to understand why he created it we must first understand what it is: All Scripture is quoted from the King James translation. twice in the book of Genesis God commanded the man to engage in sex: Genesis 1:28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue ...


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Canon 1141 would appear to be relevant: A marriage that is ratum et consummatum can be dissolved by no human power and by no cause, except death. So, no, a consummated marriage cannot be ended simply because impotence has developed. The marriage existed, is known to have existed in its consummation, and annulment is tantamount to saying that it never ...


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There are only three mentions of the word impotence in the Code of Canon Law: 1) In Canon 1084, section 1. This is the impediment which you mention: Antecedent and perpetual impotence to have intercourse, whether on the part of the man or the woman, whether absolute or relative, nullifies marriage by its very nature. 2) In Canon 1084, section 2. This ...


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In another viewpoint, Tony Evans, calls sex outside of marriage, a "non-marriage marriage". Sex was designed & intended to create a lifelong bond between the man & woman. He shares the analogy of sex being like gluing two boards together with extremely strong glue. Sex without the commitment of marriage, when the two part the boards actually rip ...


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Zombie post, ooooo! Anyway, you're all assuming that the traditional modern marriage is the way it's always been done. It isn't. Would it surprise you that there are no less than three solid models of marriages taking place in the book of Genesis. A good prerequisite for answering this question is a knowledge of how the Bible says to get married in the first ...


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The only directly relevant Bible passage I know of is Matthew 22, already quoted by Affable Geek so I won't repeat it here. So there is no marriage in Heaven. We are not given any further information, so it seems to me that there are two obvious possibilities: There is no marriage and, as God says that sex is only permissible within marriage, therefore ...


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The strong implication of Matthew 22:30* - For in the resurrection they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are like angels of God in heaven. - NKJV Is that no they won't. *Given the overall context of what scripture says elsewhere about sex and marriage.



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