Uh, maybe if they taught God’s guidelines for sex . . .

You know, one man and one woman for life?

No, let’s just give more $$ to Planned Parenthood and other liberal organizations.  Their worldview worked really well so far.  See Scientists warn new strain of sexually transmitted disease could be ‘global health threat’.

A new strain of one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases has scientists warning that the “superbug” could cause a “future era of untreatable gonorrhea.”

Gonorrhea is a common bacterial sexually transmitted disease that can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, and infertility in both men and women.  Often caused by promiscuous sexual activity, the infection usually goes undetected in women who can pass it on to their unborn child during pregnancy; in men, the disease is also often undiagnosed or undetected.  Left without treatment, Gonorrhea can become life threatening.

Yet, experts say they may not be able to cure the sexually transmitted infection in the future.  The most recent strain, dubbed “H041,” was discovered recently in Japan and has resisted typical antibiotics used to combat gonorrhea.

 

13 thoughts on “Uh, maybe if they taught God’s guidelines for sex . . .

  1. Sigh.

    Neil, you ignorant Neanderthal. “God’s guidelines for sex,” especially in the context of pregnancy and diseases, make it sound like sex is one of those things that can change your life forever, not something that’s like eating a cupcake. Don’t you know that it’s only a lack of scientific advancement, and, of course, the patriarchy, that make you think that?

  2. “Gonorrhea is a common bacterial sexually transmitted disease that can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, and infertility in both men and women. Often caused by promiscuous sexual activity, the infection usually goes undetected in women who can pass it on to their unborn child during pregnancy.”

    One would think this information would be enough to keep somebody in line sexually??? It’s like the more they know the less they follow the word of God…..smh

  3. Or, it seems like the more they know, the more foolish they are because they ignore the more they know part.

    Funny how God seems to have given us guidelines about these things and by ignoring His word and Him, it just doesn’t work out…

  4. /sarcastic mode on

    I’m safe. You see I am (R) Spiritual but not Religous which is a trademarked, registered designation that means I believe in God but can ignore any pesky guidings from the Bible that might interfere with me having fun. Of course, we might want to fund just in case I get in trouble. But there is certainly no need to make any changes on MY part.

    /sarcastic mode off

  5. God’s guidelines for sex??!!! You’re a SEX-NAZI!!! You want to tell others when they can and can’t have sex!! How dare you!!!

    But then, wouldn’t it be nice if, on their own volition, each individual simply adhered to God’s guidelines for sex? Golly! I wonder how many STD cases there’d be then…and “unwanted” pregnancies…and abortions…and rapes…and divorces…and….

  6. Interesting how you have enough time to publish comments from people who agree with you but not for anyone who disagrees.

    • What is interesting is how I avoid playing Groundhog Day with those offering arguments that have already been refuted here many times. What is not interesting but fairly obvious is that regulars with commenting privileges can comment at will. Therefore, it requires no time for me to do that. I have a “few” things going on in life and try to prioritize them the best I can. And my religion commands pearl holding at times.

      What is interesting is how you don’t realize that in your worldview I am only doing what is completely deterministic. My comment moderation is purely a result of chemistry and physics. There are no moral elements to it.

      Remember, materialist / macro-evolutionary / Darwinist philosophy fails because of all these and more:

      It is not supported by the evidence. It survives by bullying and deception.
      Even if it was possible it doesn’t mean it happened.
      Even if it did happen it doesn’t disprove God’s existence.
      Even if it did happen and there is no God then it “created” religious beliefs, including my conversion from atheism to the trust in the evidence for the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
      Even if it did happen and there is no God it doesn’t ground morality. Morals would necessarily be personal and not universal, so making moral claims about others would be silly for Darwinists.
      It can’t account for human rationality. It selects for survival, not truth.

      Read all you like, but please don’t be offended if I don’t post your comments. I have a feeling that you’ll be happier relishing martyr status about your opinions being suppressed. Watch Expelled! as an antidote for that.

      Cheers.

      • Neil, I love your responses. Intelligent, articulate, and they make me laugh! You conclusively demonstrate the emptiness of the liberal ideology. Too bad the ilk you respond to usually don’t have the reading and comprehension capability to make them think about the absurdity of their position!

      • Thanks, Glenn, much appreciated. They actually have intellect, but sadly are Romans 1 poster-people. So when they suppress the truth in unrighteousness these otherwise-intelligent folks say the most foolish and irreconcilable things. I used to feel more compelled to respond to all their comments but I’m trying to be a better steward of the time God has blessed me with.

    • I am glad you find it interesting and are not implying that Neil is somehow doing something wrong. After all, you’d be making a moral argument and we can’t have that unless you are prepared to justify your moral argument from a purely Darwinian perspective. Of course, even if this Herculean task could be accomplished, morals change over time, so we could argue that Neil was merely being revolutionary in his thinking and was ahead of the times.

      In essence, come back with a coherent, rational philosophical framework and we will talk.

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