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No. There are certain sexual sins that you can commit against other human beings & I don't think I need list the grotesqueries that would qualify. I assume you are a person of… legal age for sex talking about having ordinary sex with another of legal age, so you aren't going to be on that list. Most Christians believe the Bible does teach that having sex before marriage is a sin. Yes it is a sin it says in the Bible. You should open it & read it. Answer Most Christian denominations say that sex before marriage is a sin, although some denominations are stricter than others. Anecdotally. those Christians who have had sex before marriage are in the majority, so it can be beleved to be a sin that receives forgiveness. yes it is bad because in the bible it says no sex till marriage and it is a sin and you see what could happen if you are young you may use condoms but you could get pregnant hiv aids a lot of crap do you want to take the chance? :] well i think its bad but its not something you should yell and scream about. we all do sins but we can be forgiven if we just ask god to forgive us and turn away from what we were doing. I've never had sex before so i really can't tell you not to do it. I'm not your boss. but i can say that a lot of bad things could happen to you if you did have sex before you are married. its like this: you're giving your body to all these men and when you find mr.right how will he feel if you just gave all your love away to people who didn't deserve it . all i can say is sex is a special thing i lost my virginity to someone i loved and i thought he loved me buti got cheated on and i regret it and people bring things up like you'll go to hell if you have sex before your married probably isn't true God is powerful but also merciful. First off, I am a virgin! But I DO NOT think that sex before marriage is "bad". I believe it is a personal choice. Yes, the Bible says you shouldn't do it but it also says you shouldn't cuss...and how many people have you met the don't cuss AT ALL? Point is we all make mistake. God forgives. Maybe more people should wait to find Mr. Right but who says you can't find him when your in high school, and to young to marry? I have made the choice to wait, not because of anything other than the fact that I want it to be with the person I love unconditionally. things get better when done in time....before marriage its time for one to setlle ones carrier rather than thinking about sex....according to the prophet(saw) it is a sin
I'm not married yet. I'd say ideally yes. But just because you love them doesn't mean it'd work out later on. Do they support you? By marrying this person will you both achie…ve some life goals? I've known and loved great girls, but our compatibility, communication, or chemistry or timing was off. You need all four I think. Some you can build others are present straight away. If this person walked away, would you miss them? You should cover most of the important issues before you tie the knot. I look for love mostly - the buzz, but this has led me on a wild journey, so don't pin your marriage prospects on the butterflies. It can come with time and appreciation. I think after a while when the bubbles have dissipated, you're left with the true marriage. Can you spend thirty years isolated with this person? Say in a log cabin. Do they treat you and others with kindness and respect. If they've set an ultimatum and you break it, can they put it behind them even if it's important to them? Are they loving and forgiving, this helps so much. My previous love was very controlling and anxious, it was very painful. Now I chose to be with someone who loves me good and bad.. As I love her good and bad. I can laugh at inappropriate things, and be myself without hiding things in fear that i'd lose her. Every day she adds to my life. And every day I wonder if this is the lady to marry for me. As she enriches my life as I hope i do for her.
The Bible says that to consumate out of wedlock is a sin. In short, yes. because what would be the point of marriage if you had sex first
Living together in a deliberate intimate relationship is a sin before the Lord. A couple should be legally and lawfully wedded by the law of that land by a duly authorized per…son. Though a couple may live together, it will be their intimacy which will condem them.
Depends on your religion, but I'm gonna assumes your same religion as me. No, its not a sin. But it would be difficult avoiding sin in that situation. I mean you won…t be able to sleep together, or see each other naked.
i don't believe that is a sin, its what it LEADS to that would be considered a sin. Paul says in 1 cor. 7:1 that it is better for a man not to touch a woman. (kjv) this would …help prevent other emotions getting in the way In such a case, the Hindu suggestion would be to get married. Sex within marriage is perfectly OK and necessary part of life (not just for procreation of children but for enjoyment also).
Well you wouldn't want to marry someone you couldn't see yourself with for a long time if not the rest of your life.
One opinion Foreplay before and after marriage is a sin. The only sexual act that isn't a sin is marital intercourse with a view of impregnating and procreating. Foreplay t…hat intentionally does not reach its natural conclusion in vaginal intercourse involves the deliberate stimulation of the genitals for sexual pleasure outside of the proper context of unitive and procreative sex. This classifies it as masturbation (cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church, #2352) and therefore as sinful. Because this sexual act is practiced outside the context of marriage, it is also classified as fornication (cf. CCC, #2353). Pope John Paul II, who wrote extensively on sexual morality during his pontificate, notes that sexual activity of any kind outside of marriage objectifies the persons involved in the act (it treats them as objects instead of as persons). In this particular instance, while sex was meant to unify spouses and to be open to life, we see that two persons are not becoming one, nor is their sexual act capable of producing life. Because the only remaining part of sex is the secondary aspect of pleasure, the two individuals involved can only be said to be having sex for pleasure alone, which falls short of the great purpose of human sexuality, as it is mean for much more than mere pleasure. Because the act is not conducive to the purpose of sex, it damages the persons involved by disabling them from living out the fullness of their purpose. Christian response The problem with the Roman Catholic Church is that they have real hang-ups about sex. As a result they cannot imagine the Virgin Mary having any form of sex, and so have developed a doctrine that dictates that she remained a virgin all her life despite the overwhelming scriptural and other evidence that Jesus (though born of Mary when she was a virgin) subsequently had brothers and sisters born and conceived naturally. Similarly the doctrine of Mary's immaculate conception, ie conceived without 'original sin' is also an invented doctrine with absolutely no evidence to support it. If 'foreplay' is defined as a precursor to sexual intercourse, then it may well be described as sinful because it may tempt a couple to indulge in intercourse outside of marriage. Whilst this is not in itself the end of the world, one of the partners may not feel comfortable in engaging in pre-marital sex and this then places a great pressure on them. Even if both partners are happy with having pre-marital sex statistics show that divorce rates among couples who engage in premarital sex is higher than those who waited. So the latter seems, at least statistically, better for a lasting, loving relationship. If 'foreplay' however, is defined as simply showing affection by kissing, cuddling and fondling, then there is absolutely nothing wrong in this as it is a normal way of showing affection between a loving couple - and, in fact, should be encouraged to maintain that loving, close, intimate relationship before marriage. As for sex being solely for the procreation of children, this is another Roman Catholic doctrine that has been invented. God made sex pleasurable, not only for procreation, but as a statement of ones love for ones spouse. Reading the Song of Songs in scripture confirms that sex, in its proper context within a marriage, is not only for procreation but for cementing that relationship. Most Christians (including many Catholics who themselves find this Catholic doctrine absurd!) would agree that outside marriage sex, and even foreplay, can be a problem, but within marriage, with the consent of both partners, 'anything goes' in the bedroom. Hindu response: Sex is not only for procreation of children. It is also for enjoyment, but within the bonds of marriage. Foreplay is a part of sex and there is nothing wrong with it. Hindus do not want sex or even foreplay to save the women from psychological disappointments. And since it may lead to cohabitation, it can create unwanted pregnancies and problem of care for children before marriage and if indulged with many may lead to STD and HIV. For both men and women, if you cannot wait, then get married.
Yes. Its forbidden in Islam to kiss, hug etc before marriage.
Foreplay that intentionally does not reach its natural conclusion in vaginal intercourse involves the deliberate stimulation of the genitals for sexual pleasure outside of the… proper context of unitive and procreative sex. This classifies it as masturbation (cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church, #2352) and therefore as sinful. Because this sexual act is practiced outside the context of marriage, it is also classified as fornication (cf. CCC, #2353). Pope John Paul II, who wrote extensively on sexual morality during his pontificate, notes that sexual activity of any kind outside of marriage objectifies the persons involved in the act (it treats them as objects instead of as persons). In this particular instance, while sex was meant to unify spouses and to be open to life, we see that two persons are not becoming one, nor is their sexual act capable of producing life. Since the only remaining part of sex is the secondary aspect of pleasure, the two individuals involved can only be said to be having sex for pleasure alone, which falls short of the great purpose of human sexuality, as it is mean for much more than mere pleasure. Because the act is not conducive to the purpose of sex, it damages the persons involved by disabling them from living out the fullness of their purpose. This is the Hindu answer. There is no sin in normal sex, it is one of the things which is necessary according to Hinduism. Foreplay is a means to an end. And sex is permitted only between a married man and his wife. So, why should be there any foreplay before marriage? That is wantonness. Perhaps the date for marriage should be advanced. What if the marriage does not take place? Then, foreplay and what comes after it, i.e., sex; may lead to psychological problems.
In some religions it is considered so. In Islam, it would be, since it would fall under illicit touching (zina). Even hugging would be haram. In Christianity, it would not be… unless it leads to sexual relations outside of marriage. Several fundamentalists or hardcore Christians would say even kissing a girl before marriage would be a sin, but there is no Biblical condemnation of it unless it leads to something sexual before marriage. However, some people may feel easily sexually stimulated and should they want to keep it until marriage you should respect that.
love before marriage is when you see love at first sight and stay together until you get married
In The Bible
No. The Bible teaches that it is a sin to commit adultery which is defined as having sex without being married to the person you're having sex with. Simply living with someone… does not constitute sin as long as it doesn't include sex.
No, if you love/care for each other sleeping together is just normal, before or after marriage, makes no difference as long as it is consensual. Every religion tries to disall…ow sex before marriage. It is all because humans by their nature have differing levels of control over their desires, needs, and wants. One should really be thinking about more important things than whether sleeping with someone is sinful or not. Perhaps, trust, respect, loyalty, care, love, are a lot more important as that is what will keep a marriage alive in long run. Those are also the fundamental virtues that every religion teaches. Ask yourself: Do you really need a religion to tell you whether something is right or wrong? Humans have a lot more sense than animals. Perhaps, the ideology of belief in something is a moral dilemma but does it really need to be indoctrinated in humans by the following of a religion? If the other person does not mind you sleeping with them, and it is not hurting anyone, and you will eventually be getting married either way, what harm can it do? Trying to stay virgins before marriage should really be a choice not a requirement. Humans were born with free will we are expected to make mistakes and to learn along the way. What is sin can only be really defined as what is a moral dilemma of a society, tradition, culture or the faith of an individual.
Love is before marriage because you first have to learn to love the person. If you truly love them, then you can propose.
Of course, ANY sex outside of a validly married husband and wife for the dual purposes of their mutual love and open to the procreation of children is a very serious sin, what… was called mortal sin in the Church. Sex is a great gift of God which has been given to us and we can only validly use it in two ways: either we can give it up as consecrated religious or celibate priests Or we can use it in the sacrament of matrimony in conjunction with God for the creation, in love, of marriage and children. Any other sex is a serious sin.