Alabama governor Robert Bentley went far beyond what most Americans—including his evangelical supporters—consider cheating, according to a new survey.
Bentley resigned Monday amid an investigation into administration-wide efforts to cover up his ongoing affair with an aide who previously attended his Sunday school class.
There is abundant love in this relationship and I have insisted on the relationship being sexually pure until marriage.
This has caused tension, which time apart between dates has helped ameliorate.
I'll start by putting my position right on the line: kissing is OK.
Before the beginning of time, Jesus, who is also called the Word of God and the Logos, came from God the Father. All this followed because the body, which tasted death, belonged to no other but to him who is the Son by nature, [On the Unity of Christ]Jesus was born sinless, lived a sinless life and is pure of spirit.
Evangelicals were more likely than any other religious group to say it would be unfaithful to go out to dinner with someone you’re attracted to.
The instinct relates to the recent discussion of the “Billy Graham rule,” which bars men and women from spending one-on-one time with people of the opposite sex other than their spouse. “It shows how the Internet is adding a layer of complexity to the way we think about relationships.” Bentley follows a cringe-inducing trend of politicians whose technological blunders outed their own adultery, including former senator Anthony Weiner, whose sexting with multiple women went public and launched a discussion over whether an affair has to get physical to constitute cheating.
My boyfriend firmly believes that Christ brought us together, yet I am the one who practices my faith.
I came to this site to ensure that God remains the principal focus here and that whatever happens, God will protect both of us." relationship.