• It could be don't know ?
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thumbs up for trying.
  • There is nothing religious about people who pleasure themselves. They are just in tune with human nature. Some people think it’s disgusting to masturbate because they don’t think sexual thoughts while others are more open and explore the human body. It’s part of nature for someone who is sexually excited to do something about it.
  • Yahweh gave us ways to have pleasure and stress relief, masturbation is one of them. There is nowhere in all of scripture saying masturbation is a sin, just as there is nowhere in scripture saying premarital sex is a sin. It is man who, following mainly the Gnostic teachings of Augustine of Hippo who said anything sexual is a sin even in marriage. Yahweh never said so. However, gluttony, lasciviousness, and concupiscents, are all sins.
  • I don't think so.
  • Yes it is Jenny It is a sin to "spill your seed upon the ground" And like Lot's wife you shall be turned into a pillar of salt. lol😈😈😈
    • Beat Covid, Avoid Republicans
      Lust is also a sin if you lust after another woman that is also a sin. So get your Bible out and start prayin.'
    • Thinker
      It is not a sin to spill your seed upon the ground. It is a sin not to impregnate your dead brother's wife as required by Yahweh in the Levitical law. [ to Beat Covid] The Bible translators used the wrong word in this verse. An unmarried, single woman cannot commit "adultery" only a married woman. Also not all lust is a sin, Yeshua lusted for his disciples when He sent them out away from Him to preach the Word and to heal the sick.
    • bostjan the adequate 🥉
      There are some very... umm... colourful sects of Christianity out there who think that it is okay, as long as you catch it in a tupperware container and don't let any spill out on the floor or ground. Of course, this is all insane, as it is based on a VERY loose interpretation of Genesis 38. The passage itself is, to me, clearly not even referencing the act with which it is so often associated, and, even if it somehow was, does not condemn the act so much as tells us a story about God killing a person for simply being in a situation outside of that person's own control.

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