Ok, so I just got done sinning...

Discussion in 'Fornication And Adultery is a Sin!' started by The Cleric, Apr 6, 2005.

  1. FightingDreamer

    FightingDreamer New Member

    according to the Bible premarital sex is a sin... thats my 2cents
     
  2. Danger-Zone

    Danger-Zone New Member

    why does "god" want us to be boring little automatons?
     
  3. On My Way

    On My Way New Member

    I'm sorry

    Can you show me some scripture that says thats what we should be that?

    At least the ones you are stumbling on

    Thanks :D
     
  4. Geshtinnanna

    Geshtinnanna New Member

    He may be refering to the Borg :eek:
     
  5. Danger-Zone

    Danger-Zone New Member

    post edited,

    inappropriate language
     
  6. Aardvark

    Aardvark New Member

    "How about the transmission of STD’s,"

    I see you give the possibility of catching a sexually transmitted disease as a reason for not having sex outside marriage, now what about if I use my brother's toothbrush and I catch a disease from it, would that be sinful?
     
  7. Aineo

    Aineo Active Member

    What STD can you catch from using your brother's toothbrush?
     
  8. Aardvark

    Aardvark New Member

    I didn't say an STD I said "a disease".
     
  9. Aineo

    Aineo Active Member

    Actually you referred to STD's and then used the word "disease". However, the question is still valid, what disease are you going to catch by using your brother's toothbrush?
     
  10. Aardvark

    Aardvark New Member

    Hepatitis B (for example).
     
  11. Aineo

    Aineo Active Member

    Well, there is a vaccine for Hep B, which can also be transmitted via saliva (kissing) so sharing a toothbrush is not sin it is just stupidity.
     
  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Not trying to take this thread off course but I wanted to ask a question.

    Could you catch HIV from using someones tooth brush? If that person bleeds when brushing his/her teeth, then you use it immediately afterwards. Isn't that blood to blood? I mean if you obviously bleed too.

    Isn't the mouth considerd a mucos membrane?

    Thanks
     
  13. Aineo

    Aineo Active Member

    It is theoretically possible to transmit HIV with a toothbrush only if the infected person has gingival bleeding. However, there are no confirmed cases of HIV being transmitted by the common use of a toothbrush.
     

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