God is a wonderful loving God and wants His children to enjoy themselves – right?He is not about rules and regulations but about experiencing life to the fullest. I realize that the underpinning of this thinking relates to much more than a question about sex.Instead, she entered and exited relationships frequently, often sleeping with the men she was dating."Even though I knew it was wrong, I continued to have sex outside of marriage," Lindsey told The Christian Post. Because when you're single you don't want to be lonely.""I was the girl that broke up with one boyfriend and had another one on speed-dial—that afternoon I'd already be going out with somebody else.I kept a boyfriend because I liked the attention," she continued.The following truths are found both in the Bible and in my personal walk: With this foundation, let’s move to what God really says very clearly about sexual activity.The Apostle Paul uses the word ‘fornication’ when describing sexual sin.There's not a lot of distinction in the way people date [or] in the attitude toward dating and marriage," Anderson told CP.While "sex may be the determining factor" for some Christians "we're even seeing that line blurred," said Anderson."And in every other respect, we're generally seeing the same kind of attitudes and practices," said Anderson, listing "dating ad nauseum, dating indefinitely, dating someone without any specific game plan, and dating recreationally without a view toward marriage," as examples of ways that the Church has adopted the patterns of the larger secular culture."For the Christian culture it's extremely frustrating, because they are trying to go after something lasting, but they're using the same formula to get something that's just not going to get them there," said Anderson.
Instead, 60 percent said they would be willing to have sex without any strings attached, while 23 percent said they would have to be "in love." Five percent said they would wait to get engaged.
In an interview with The Christian Post, two Christian Millennials share their diverse stories on faith, sex and marriage, and explain why many singles are battling against the "purity culture" of their youth.