Category - masturbation
Among the worlds religions, views on masturbation vary widely. Some religions view it as a spiritually detrimental practice, some see it as not spiritually detrimental and others take a situational view. Among these latter religions, some view masturbation as allowable if used as a means towards sexual self-control, or as part of healthy self-exploration, but disallow it if it is done with. yet, while many christian parents have made their peace with talking to their kids about sex and virginity, they often dont know how to address the more widespread phenomenon of masturbation. Christian parents should be aware that the bible has remarkably little to say about masturbation. 5 things christian men need to know about masturbation, homer purdy,- read more christian men spiritual life and growth. Pwhen god created man and woman, he knew what he was doing. for dodson, orgasms were about more than physical pleasurethey were the key to feminist liberation. before we go any further, i think its essential to address masturbation as a sin. As ive shared my struggle with it, ive had people ask if its a sin or share that they dont think it is. A christian who engaged in the act of masturbation should not expect a good result. An apple tree cannot bear orange fruit it will produce fruits of its kind. Christians are therefore, advised to hold on to the word of god as masturbation is a sin against their bodies, their wives and above all god. lets be clear, masturbation is an act of instant, self-gratification. It is quite the opposite of the self-control that we are constantly reminded of in the bible. Self-control is an act of obedience to our holy god and a fruit of the spirit (galatians 522-23) an act that requires restraint, thought, intentionality, and delayed gratification. here are three reasons masturbation is a problem for christian women 1. While engaging in masturbation, it is very common for pornographic images (whether imagined or seen) and erotica to be used to fuel the act. From what ive experienced and researched, it seems that sexual fantasies accompany masturbation around 99 of the time. Time and time again, christian leaders explain that women masturbate because they want to fill a void or have attachment issues. These emotional generalizations fail to get at the real problem.