Yesterday, NCCC continued it's study of biblical sexuality. We took a look at 7 lies cultures tells us about sex. I'm not a "point-preacher." I typically have one point in any sermon…but Proverbs has forced me out a bit by the nature of how it's written. I've listed the 7 lies or myths below. In the sermon-version, I also gave corresponding truths of the Bible. I'd be curious to hear some others that you all have picked up on.
Myth 1: Great and frequent sexual intercourse is essential to my personal happiness.
Myth 2: What I do with my body is my own business.
Myth 3: How I dress doesn't matter.
Myth 4: I can't control my sexual desires.
Myth 5: "It's just sex."
Myth 6: Great sex can't happen in the humdrum of marriage.
Myth 7: The Bible doesn't really say it's wrong to have sex before marriage or practice homosexuality. (This one has a cousin… it goes something like, "We need to take each other for a test-drive before we get married so that we can know if we're 'compatable'").
What'd I miss?