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Marriage and Sex, Part 3. “Guilt”

Rudd’s second argument for the Catholic Church’s “flawed, incomplete, and destructive” understanding of Marriage is titled, “Guilt”. Rudd continues: 1. Guilt: Rather than sex being a wonderful communion between husband and wife to fulfill the sexual desire, The [sic] Roman … Continue reading

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Marriage and Sex, Part 2. “Purposes”

Like Restorationism, Fundamentalism is a relatively modern Protestant movement, and it was developed within a larger Americanized construct of what Marriage ought to be. That is, Marriage and its more-Americanized (thus, more-secularized) purposes were woven into American Fundamentalism’s newly-formed fabric. … Continue reading

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Marriage and Sex, Part 1. Introduction

Non-Catholic Christians, Most of this website has been specifically addressed to members of the Protestant Church of Christ. This series about Marriage (capitalized as a sacrament), however, is understood by other types of Protestants the same way. And for me … Continue reading

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