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Mark driscoll is masturbation a sin
Bruce Gerencser March 28, 19 Comments. Teenagers are warned about the dangers of petting, and many IFB church forbid unmarrieds from having any physical contact with each other. Young men are characterized as weak horn-dogs and young women are viewed as gatekeepers who are responsible for any untoward sexual advances made by sexually aware boys. Young women are given strict orders concerning how to dress and behave to ward off church boys from having sex with them. One thing is certain: if a young IFB woman has sex with a boy, it is almost always her fault.
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A Brief Examination of Mark Driscoll’s Definition of Sexual Morality
A Brief Examination of Mark Driscoll’s Definition of Sexual Morality — SBC Voices
After a long conversation about love and God and concerns over family and employment after graduation, she falls silent. I sense she is weighing whether or not to continue the conversation. Then, in a burst of bravado, she plows through her reservations and blurts out: "I struggle with masturbation. In our first meeting, she revealed that she has struggled with masturbation since junior high but has managed not to masturbate for two years. Angela has been sexually active and comes from a family that professes to be Christian but is inundated with perversion. Jasmine, on the other hand, appears to be the "perfect" Christian girl, ministering alongside her father the pastor of her church and her mother. Her family appears to be relatively healthy.
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Good Baptist Boys Don’t Masturbate — Oh Yes, They Do!
Only some of my articles are posted on SBC Voices. Some will be offended by this discussion and should not read this. It is, I believe, a tactful and appropriate treatment of the subject, but the subject matter is tricky and controversial.
Mark Driscoll is the popular pastor of Mars Hill Church. Here is the video wherein he addresses a question concerning masturbation. He teaches his audience that masturbation is not a sin though does add a disclaimer saying that lust is and talks about how the two go together , but continues on to say that if you can manage masturbating without lusting then "I guess it's okay, but you're weird". He also says that within marriage mutual masturbation is acceptable by adding that "whatever a husband and wife are doing that promotes oneness I would say is acceptable".