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According to Roxanne Stone, editor in chief at Barna Group, The institution of marriage has undergone significant shifts in the last century…What was once seen as primarily an economic and procreational partnership, has become an exercise in finding your soulmate….[Young people] want to make sure they get it right and to avoid the heartbreak they witnessed in the lives of their parents or their friends’ parents.
Living together has become a de facto way of testing the relationship before making a final commitment.
Today, however, sexual perversity is commonly—even routinely—displayed in movies and on television.There was a time—within the lifetimes of some of you reading this article—when it was considered scandalous for popular entertainment to make light of sexual immorality.Moviemakers adhered to the “Hays Code” and television networks looked to their “broadcast standards” departments to ensure that their programs were appropriate viewing for the whole family.However, when sex takes place outside the bounds of marriage, it then becomes a sin -- either fornication (a general word for sex between two unmarried partners) or adultery (a more specific word for sex between two people where at least one is married to someone else).If you stop for a moment and think about it, you will realize that there are many things that are righteous in some circumstances and wrong in others.