Porn Is ‘Pagan Sexuality’

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The ever-watchful Christian conservative organization Family Research Council (FRC) is doing its best to save us from pornography.

The FRC recently hosted a lecture, with the catchy title “Porn in the Dorm: The Impact of Pornography on College Campus Life.”

It examined the relationships among family, marriage, religion, community, and America’s social problems, as illustrated in the social science data.

It warned that “For college students, the use of pornography is especially problematic” with the potential to “destroy their education, their relationships and their future.”

And how does porn manage all this? According to the FRC’s “The Effects of Pornography on Individuals, Marriage, Family, and Community,” on which the lecture was based, porn works through the mind, the, heart and the body, creating a “Distorted Perception of Reality, “ “Aggression and Abuse,” “Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Out-of-Wedlock Pregnancies,” infidelity, divorce and separation.

The grand thesis is that pornography is an anti-Christian vestige of a sick pagan world:

“What we really have is a pagan sexuality, which is totally different from a Christian sexuality. Homosexuality, infidelity, euthanasia, infanticide – these were all common sexual practices of pagan Rome. Christians were for being very different, for being monogamous, faithful.

“There’s a pagan sexuality which is a pan-sexuality which is the erotic. Abortion, homosexuality, infidelity, pornography, euthanasia, infanticide all of those things were just the common sexual practice of pagan Rome and Christians were for being very different. Monogamous, faithful, struggling, etc…you know the chastity, purity.”

The FRC surely has its finger on something: Christians watch porn and are lustful. A poll reveals that 50 percent of all Christian men and 20 percent of all Christian women are addicted to pornography.

Yes, addicted. Not just one-time viewers or even frequent users. Addicted. And while not as addicted as men, perhaps, Christian women are sexual sinners nonetheless.

60 percent of the women who answered the survey admitted to having significant struggles with lust, and 40 percent admitted to being involved in sexual sin in the past year.

Christian leaders seem riddled with what the FRC sees as pagan sinfulness. In a Pastors.com survey 54 percent of pastors surveyed said they had viewed porn within the past year.

So while the church fights against porn, church leaders personally patronize pornography and the sex trade industry. The depths of this wickedness, then, are sadly ironic.

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Christian conservatives insist rehabilitation from “pagan” sex is well worth the struggle spiritually and physically. “Those who are monogamous have the best sex they’ll ever know, because they don’t know anything else.”

Posted by on August 10, 2017 in Teen Dreams

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