Let’s Talk Fornication

It’s sunday and I would like to take y’all to church. The topic of this Sunday service is fornication and we are going to be looking at whether it is a sin or not.

Before I go any further I would like to add that I am not a religious person, and if you are not open minded you should just leave right now.

Earlier today, I was involved in an argument with a group of friends, a faction was trying to make the other feel like they are going to hell for engaging in the act.

For the defense, we laid down the point that although there are many references in the Bible that put fornication in a bad light, fornication was not mentioned in the Ten Commandments.

Then they brought out where Jesus named fornication as part of evil thoughts, which made us weak for a while.

But come to think of it, there are different types of bibles, which differs in the number of chapters and in some instances, content. Why are there different types of bibles? And how sure are we that we are reading the right one?

The people who wrote the Bible, wrote by inspiration of God, but are we sure we are to trust their interpretation? Also, times have changed, a lot of rules made then are harder to follow if you want to survive in this times. if you beg to differ you’re just being unecessary blind.

Sex is an essential part of life, whether you indulge in it or not, just make sure all your decisions are not made out of fear created by speculations.

About Banji Coker 157 Articles
Banji Coker is a Nigerian poet, writer and spoken word artist. He is the author of two poetry compilations, Just seventeen and October feelings.

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