16545Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Contraception
- Oct 4, 2008benhartmail wrote:
> 2. There is another significant problem with your argument. YouYou are asking the wrong question. This assumes that the burden of
> reason that if someone can ethically have sex when conception is
> impossible, it is acceptable for them to intend to make conception
> impossible when having sex. How does this follow? I'd like to see how
proof is on me. It is not.
I have yet to see a biblical argument that equates contraception to
homosexuality. And I doubt I see one. Try a simple Biblical quote that
makes your point. No assumed "equivalencies", nothing referencing
anything else. Just show contraception to be condemned directly (Onan
doesn't count) or that sex for pleasure alone (with a spouse) is wrong.
Have fun, you can't do it.
God does not speak to the question. Any of your sophistry to the
contrary, it is a matter of Christian Liberty as long as abortion is not
These posts of yours continually beg the question. They assume your
conclusions, then demand that someone operating in the same framework
(with the same assumptions) proof the conclusion wrong.
I deny your assumptions, as they come from the seeming wisdom of men and
not Scripture. I have no intention of engaging the philosophy that
underpins the arguments.
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