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Are sex toys a sin
Mar 21 , 2021

Are sex toys a sin

No, it is not a sin to use sex toys. It is, of course,it is a very private thing and not something that is discussed in church, but if you are not married, there is hardly any scripture that prohibits or forbids taking care of your personal needs in this way once in a while.Strictly speaking, masturbation is not a sin in itself. Adultery is. There there is no doctrine that speaks of masturbation as a sin.

I am very aware of the attitude of some Christians who are anti-masturbation and anti-enjoyment, but my view (which I have detailed in other answers) is that the New Testament does not emphasise law, it emphasises grace. This does not mean, in my view, that the Ten Commandments are abolished or irrelevant to us. Christ did not come to destroy the law, but to fulfil it. This changes the whole attitude towards the law, not that the law is irrelevant to us today, but that we are no longer slaves to the law, as were those in Christ's day, and this he makes very clear.

Anyone who claims to be a Christian should really study the teachings of Christianity. Read a chapter of Proverbs every day. There are 31 chapters in Proverbs, so you can keep your place just by looking at the calendar. There is no religion or nothing in Proverbs, you don't have to believe in anything. Just read it and you will find wisdom.

Paul also speaks of our relationship to the law, the law of Moses and the law of God. Because his intended audience pretty much knew what he meant by his writings and in the context of that time, he did not spell out the times in which he spoke of the Law of Moses and the Law of God. There is a difference, and that is clear. The Ten Commandments still apply to us, but we have the Spirit of Christ to guide us in its application.

Now having said that, there is no rule or law against masturbation, with or without "toys". Paul tells us that it is better to be married than to "burn with passion", but if we cannot or will not marry now, he indicates that physical needs must be met anyway. And the New Testament shows how the emphasis is on the spirit, not the letter of the law, and that the spirit gradually becomes more important than the flesh and the needs of the flesh.

The Christian mindset is this.

Jesus said that if you sin against your heart, you have sinned.

It is a sin to lust after someone who is not your spouse.

Therefore, masturbation is a sin because you will lust (with or without a toy).

According to Christian dogma, you do not sin when you masturbate or use a sex toy if you are thinking/desiring your spouse at the time.

Since no one is perfect, we all have thoughts of murder, stealing, lusting etc. ...... We have all sinned in very bad ways. This is why Christians believe in repentance.In Romans, you will learn that Christians are dead to sin. There is no more forgiveness. Either you believe in Jesus and you are saved, or you don't and you are lost.

So we become more spiritual and less carnal as time goes on. This does not mean that we cannot meet the needs of the flesh, such as food, drink, sport, entertainment, the 'carnal' things of the world, but it does mean that as we become more spiritual they become less important to us and play a much smaller role in our lives. Christ, for example, was so spiritual that he could lay aside his "carnal" needs and eat for forty days, something very few of us are willing or able to do. He did not stop eating forever, but he showed that his spirituality trumped his physical needs.

It seems to me that if a person has a physical need, they can take care of it.

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