Please pardon my english if you find any incongruent usage of words, grammar. A first posting by a non-english speaker
I understand that hypothetical questions are usually missing all the relevant surrounding conditions, making them inappropriate to solicit answers.
Nonetheless, I would like to put a real world decision problem on the table hoping that Christian ethic theories would help choosing an action for the following question.
A missionary who has a mission of enlightening arrives at a primitive tribe in a jungle. The tribe has a custom of offering one of its chief's wives to its visitor and declining it is considered a great shame to the chief and the offered one.
What action would Christian ethic theories recommend the missionary to do and why?
What lines of the bible or Christian ethical philosophies can help the missionary decide whether to accept the offer?