Saturday, June 29, 2013

Putting sex in its proper place

"Sexual incompatibility, therefore, is a cross that some couples bear, and Christian communities could lighten this burden if we made an effort to put sex in its rightful place. If sex were viewed as a gift that, like everything else in this world, is marred by sin, it may be easier for couples to accept that bad sex is neither a reason for divorce nor an excuse to stop investing in a marriage." 
Rachel Pietka in Christians Are Not Called to Have Amazing Sex

"Christians cannot simply accept or reject 'same-sex marriage' and think we have settled our sexual ethics." 
Andy Crouch in Sex Without Bodies

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