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March 11, 2010, am Filed under: Everything is Permissible | Tags: culture, Foundations, heart, homosexuality, Joshua 3:5, Mark Batterson, marriage, motives, pure, purity, sexual promiscuity, sin, the norm “Your potential is determined by your purity. Your spirit joins together with your partner’s spirit, LITERALLY! According to scripture sex before marriage is not even possible.If your motives are pure, there is nothing God cannot do through you.” That’s a quote from a recent Mark Batterson blog post. Therefore, a romantic relationship is also a spiritual relationship. The very act creates a spiritual, marital bond between the two that is stronger than any public ceremony.Meanwhile the homosexuals are begging to be allowed to marry. Question: Can a person be both gay and a Christian at the same time?

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We started off with foundational truths, things that are simply out of the question when it comes to dating and relationships, things that are, for the most part, obvious (i.e.

Our biggest problem is seen even in the first few posts I’ve written so far.

There is no place for sex in a dating relationship!

And it is the goal of this website and discussion to determine where the “line” is that should not be crossed. To start off, when talking about relationships between two people, we are implying a boy and a girl.

But when it comes to relationships, whether it be dating or in marriage, I know no better source.

This is a clip from his 9 Misconceptions preaching series, this one being on dating.

Then of course it would be argued that calling someone both a Christian and a homosexual in the same sentence is sacriligious.

But I have to say, I’ve heard it said those Christians are “so gay.” So touché!

I think the Bubble Suit is the answer to all that we’re discussing. February 2, 2010, pm Filed under: Everything is Permissible | Tags: 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, addiction, adultery, drawing the line, Exodus , flesh, fornication, Foundations, Hebrews 13:4, Mark -23, nature, premarital, promiscuous, sex, sinful, weak There’s a tongue-in-cheek saying one of my theology professors used to suggest to us: “Don’t have sex standing up–it may lead to dancing!

” It’s a comical statement meant to shine light on a trend among many Christians: believers seem to be more accepting and forgiving of those involved in fornication (premarital sex) and adultery (extramarital sex) than of those who like to ‘shake their groove thang’ (whatever a ‘groove thang’ is).

Question: How far is too far when it comes to intimate relations with your boy/girlfriend? That’s probably obvious to most, but let’s not assume.

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