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Or you can use sex to say something beautiful like 'I love you,'" Constantino Khalaf said.
"Sex can be used to say 'I am yours, you are mine' -- the idea of a marriage covenant."Their beliefs in sex are rooted in a theology of marriage that reserves sexual intimacy until they make that sacred covenant.
Unlike David and Constantino Khalaf, 24-year-old Chang Xia made the decision to wait until marriage prior to losing her virginity.
She came out to herself as bisexual only a few years ago, and she plans to remain chaste until she weds.
But they also bring together a group of LGBTQ Christians who hold a traditional sexual ethic commonly known as "waiting until marriage" (WUM).If He says no, in His Word, you can believe his blessing won’t be upon it. At the time, Constantino Khalaf, now 37, lived in New York City, and David Khalaf, now 39, lived in Los Angeles. The couple, now married, had found two shared traits in each other: They were both Christian, and they were both waiting until marriage to have sex."You can use sex to control someone or denigrate a person.It’s a Q&A video on the subject of “Dating a Non-Christian.” You may find this very insightful: I pray this helps in some way.Please know that the person you are dating, considering dating, or even considering marrying (who is not a follower of Jesus), may be a wonderful person in many ways.
It may seem surprising since this sexual ethic has historically excluded LGBTQ identities.