Christian Life, Married Life, Single Life, Theology

Redefining Purity: It’s Not Just About Sex

For some reason, when we talk about purity in the church, we’re almost always talking about sexual purity. We had a whole “purity movement” about a decade ago that was almost completely focused on staying sexually pure. While I don’t think there’s anything inherently wrong with that, it’s not really biblical.   Purity in the Bible What I mean by …

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Christian Life, Married Life, Sex, Single Life

Redefining Purity: It’s Not Just For Singles

Let’s be clear here: purity is not only for single people. Despite that fact, if you looked a Christian books, sermons, and other resources that talk about purity, the vast majority of them would be geared towards singles. A good chunk of them would probably be geared towards the youth group/college age crowd.   When we see purity as simply …

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Redefining Purity: Purity Is Not the Same as Naiveté

Being pure does not mean you have to live in a bubble. Last week, my blog post was about how purity is a process, not some point you can’t cross. If that’s true, that means that even if you know things or have experienced things that maybe you shouldn’t, that doesn’t necessarily make you less pure.   The Wrong Idea …

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Redefining Purity: It’s Not a Point, It’s a Process

What is Christian purity? “Purity” is not a word most people use in normal conversation, even in church. However, as a single Christian (either in a youth group or young adult’s group), purity is often equated simply with sexual purity or even with virginity. You’re told that it’s of upmost importance that you remain pure for your future spouse.   …

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Check Out My Guest Post and Another Great Blog!

Hey guys! I know I usually only post on Mondays, but I just wanted to let you know that I’ve got a guest post that was released yesterday on The Living Tabernacle blog. My post is on the book of Ecclesiastes (which I’m currently reading for my morning mediation). You should check the post out here. Also, The Living Tabernacle …

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