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Living Together Before Marriage Series: This is the third post in a series on living together before marriage. The first post presented statistics which demonstrate a high correlation between living together before marriage and undesirable outcomes. The second post presented various Scriptures which prohibit living together before marriage.

Many of the Bible verses in the second post assumed that couples who live together are also sexually involved. That is usually a fair assumption, but what about those rarer cases where a couple lives together but is not sexually active? For example, how about the couple that moves in together for financial reasons but chooses to abstain from sex until marriage? Well, I would applaud the decision to abstain sexually until marriage, but there are still good reasons not to live together before marriage.

Let me share with you three. Is there anything we can do to make it right? Check out the other posts in the Living Together Before Marriage series: Did you find this post helpful?

I have been with my partner for nearly six years. Neither of us are heading anywhere other than down the road of future happiness together. So why is it such a bad thing for us to cohabit?

We love each other, we care for each other, we provide for each other. Ian — Thanks for commenting. Thanks for visiting and talk to you later! This post is the third in a series, and I would guess for an atheist the posts would make less and less sense as they go along. The first post was just a general post showing some of the negative statistics that go along with cohabiting before marriage. Of course there are some people living together who are happy and get along, and some married people who are miserable, but the stats are significant enough that they should give anyone pause before making the decision to move in together.

The second post was answering the question: What does the Bible say about living together before marriage? Of course, if someone does not believe the Bible, the second post will just be an exercise in curiosity. But for someone who believes in God and and the Bible, these verses are very important. They tell us that God designed living together and the sexual relationship for the commitment of marriage. They also tell us that the sexual relationship outside of marriage is immoral.

Ian, I have no doubt that you and your partner love each other, care for each other and provide for each other. You may even beat the statistics from Post 1! So why is it a bad thing for you to cohabit? Because if God really exists and if he has really given us his commands in the Bible, then you are disobeying the God who loves you and created you and wants to be in relationship with you.

I wish you all the best, and feel free to link to this series over at your cohabiting blog — even if just as a contrarian viewpoint! One of the main issues is that it seems to be considered a bad thing if you are using cohabiting as some sort of practice run for marriage.

Throwing a thought out there, if you like. What about premarital sex? Is that inviting problems too? Yes, even though most people see nothing wrong with premarital sex, research shows they are wrong.

Those couples who married in the s who were virgins were much less likely to divorce than the sexually active — only 30 percent of virgins divorced, while 50 percent of the sexually active divorced. The same pattern can be seen of those who married in the early s. By , 14 percent of virgins had divorced, but 24 percent of the sexually active. Yes, the research may show those figures. But it does not necessarily mean there is a direct link that can be correlated between sexual activity and divorce figures — rather, it could be a link between personality types of those willing to deny themselves sex before marriage.

Therefore they might not have been necessarily doing what they thought was best for themselves I know of countless older couples who should have divorced many moons ago but stayed together for a life of misery because they were worried about what they perceived as a social stigma towards divorce , but rather they were just trying to avoid what they perceived as some kind of public shaming.

And yes, I may well put up my own post about cohabiting without sex and use your blog as the contrary viewpoint! Ian — Thanks for responding back. You raise an interesting question about people who live together instead of marriage rather than as preparation for marriage. I would think the commitment made in marriage lends itself to longer term stability overall. Good thoughts on cause and correlation as well.

Statistics can be helpful, but we need to be careful interpreting them. Even if premarital sex correlated with longer marriages and less divorce, I would still see it as a moral issue. I noticed you put up your own post on cohabiting without sex.

And wonder of wonders, we both agree that living together without sex does not make sense. Oh well, at least we found some common ground!

Thanks again for conversing with me on this topic. And thanks for the link from your blog. Could you cohabit without sex? I thank you for your wisdom. But you spoke and laid it out so that I can see the truth.

I have really been struggling with this issue lately. I have been with my fiance for 5 and a half years. We are committed to refraining from sex till we are married, and have stayed true to this all this time.

This can not be budged. We are to marry in December, but are moving to a new city in less than a week, and previously arranged living situations with roommates are falling through. I have a two bedroom apartment and it would be so easy to just welcome her in 4 months earlier.

We have talked of how most cases of cohabitation fail because there is no pre-discussed expectation of marriage. Forethought now shows we should have moved the wedding date to the summer, but that is not an option now.

We are both so committed to God and so committed to each other that we know we can easily make it through this and be stronger for it. Your points are exactly what I have been wrestling with. Anyone that knows me deeper than an acquaintance knows my stance on waiting to have sex, but I do not want to appear a man of this world to those who do not know me.

There is no way around this though. I guess I just feel because we are so committed to each other and our marriage is so near that this could still be another triumph for God, showing people that even with temptation we have not faltered. My non-Christian friends have even vowed to wait until they are married after seeing our example. I guess I feel like the light of God is still shining brightly to those around me. And the thing is, where we were living last year, I stayed the night many times, as did she.

We would see each other nearly all weekend and loved it. To me, it did not take away from that anticipation of marriage. Hi Jeremy, Thanks for sharing your situation.

I understand the difficulties you are facing, but I would still encourage you to find a way to live apart until marriage.

Look at it this way. If you find a way to live apart until after the wedding, you will never regret it, but if you do move in together now, there will likely be regret later. You guys have made it so far already. In the meantime, keep laying it before the Lord in prayer and ask him to show you a way. All the best, and feel free to contact me through the comments here or by email. I had to move rather suddenly due to the decision of my stepdad. Fortunately the architecture firm I took up with needed someone in the same city my fiance is stationed in and even offered to take care of my housing.

Sex, however, is something we know is not ok and we are both fully aware of the seriousness of the act and the consequences; physically, emotionally, and spiritually. My question is, how far are we supposed to go to satisfy other peoples ignorance. There is nothing more I could have done to prevent this mindset.

Hey Leah — I totally admire you for maintaining purity while living with your fiance. Very few would be able to do that. I still think it is wiser, even for someone who is very self-controlled like you to live elsewhere. God tells us in His Word to flee temptation. If you are that easily accessible to each other, it will truly be easier than you realize to fall into temptation.

And I say…marry soon!! You will love NOT having to be self-controlled in this area.

Quote by Woody Allen : “Sex without love is a meaningless experience, b”

Maybe by then technology will be available to make us able to relive our youth or completely obliterate the urge to have sex. It still sounds like fun and something to look forward to but my patience is wearing thin.

Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Guy R. Quit making excuses old man. Too Funny…and like Andrea, I am not about to put myself out there with a response. Kudos to you for your honesty!!! Yes … still laughing. Kind of the same topic and probably too honest for a response but I thought it was funny. Oh well everybody needs a goal in life.

Do you really think this stuff? I guess it might be true for some people, but the idea that these assumptions, desires, and priority lists are general is almost as ridiculous as claiming they break along gender lines. I never meant to suggest it was a universal truth. But I really do appreciate the feedback and I will try to make myself clearer in the future.

Well I for one thought this was very funny and in some ways very true. And no matter what you write someone will always complain, or criticize… keep it up I like it! Thanks for taking the time to comment Sam. Ever notice how after a guy reached ish, your kids, neighbors, co-workers and underlings start giving you boxes of chocolate candy? Now you know why! Give it a try! Could that be the answer!!!

I got more comments on this one than anything else, including one from a stranger asking me if I was serious? Your brother inspired my last 3 blogs about government, greed and the financial system. Hope you liked those as well. Glad you liked it. Thanks for the frank generalizations about men and women, Guy. I took up dancing when I was How right she was; men are all about ego. We will do anything to protect that delicate little bubble of pride inside us. Our egos are what drive men to accomplish the great things of the world — build larger monuments, faster vehicles, stronger bridges — as well as the worst atrocities: Did the spacey Diane Keaton ever in real life give the dreamy "sex without love" brush-off to Woody Allen before their relationship began - and did he, with the genius born of displaced sexual need, improvise his killer punchline there and then?

I like to think so. Steve Rose on Bananas Much of the comedy in this, one of Allen's first and messiest films, has aged badly, but the trial scene still works. Like most courtroom scenes, it is supposed to be the climax of the film, determining the fate of Allen's character, New York nebbish-cum-Central American president Fielding Mellish. But as he declares in his own opening statement: It's a travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of a travesty of two mockeries of a sham.

It is a moment of pure Marx brothers' mayhem, as he clumsily switches between confident pacing interrogator and devious witness, rushing between the witness box and the floor with each question and response: From floor "I wouldn't joke with this court. When Allen's next witness is called, he shuffles up to her in the chair to which he is tied, and mumbles questions through his gag. Danny Leigh on Zelig It could have been the sight of Allen - starring as Leonard Zelig, the "human chameleon" with the involuntary gift of metamorphosis - abruptly transforming into a rabbi, a gangster, a kilted Scotsman or Chinese laundry worker.

It could, in fact, have been almost anything from Allen's smartest, most consistently inventive film. As if emerging from a trance, his eyes light up as he recognises his sweetheart in the crowd. Slowly, Zelig raises his hand in greeting, uncertainly at first, then more insistently until, with the Fuhrer boggling at the interruption, he's pulled down by his brown-shirted comrades in a slapstick melee. A disembodied hand waves forlornly as our hero tries to struggle free, before - just as he's poised to escape - we cut to a cornball B-movie adaptation of the scene, complete with lip-quivering, sensitively chiselled Zelig.

As a moment of high-postmodernism, it's immaculate. It's not the quantity of your sexual relations that count. On the other hand, if the quantity drops below once every eight months, I would definitely look into it. Well, that's about it for me folks.

What did you say? Oh, I was just planning my future. Oh don't, Boris, please. Sex without love is an empty experience. Yes, but as empty experiences go, it's one of the best.

He'll go and he'll fight, and I hope they will put him in the front lines. Thanks a lot, Mom. You were my one great love. Oh, thank you very much. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm dead. You know the chicken at Tresky's Restaurant? If I don't kill him he'll make war all through Europe.

What would Socrates say? All those Greeks were homosexuals. Boy, they must have had some wild parties. I bet they all took a house together in Crete for the summer. Socrates is a man. All men are mortal. All men are Socrates. That means all men are homosexuals. I'm not a homosexual. Once, some cossacks whistled at me. I happen to have the kind of body that excites both persuasions. You know, some men are heterosexual and some men are bisexual and some men don't think about sex at all, you know This is an honor for me.

No, it's a greater honor for me. No, a greater honor for me. No, a greater honor for ME. Well, perhaps you're right. Perhaps it IS a greater honor for you. And you must be Don Francisco's sister. No, you must be Don Francisco's sister. I see our Spanish guests have a sense of humor. She's a great kidder. No, you're a great kidder. No, you're Don Francisco's sister. If it turns out that there IS a God, I don't think that he's evil.

I think that the worst you can say about him is that basically he's an underachiever. There are many different kinds of love, Boris.

There's love between a man and a woman; between a mother and son Let's not forget my favorite. Three is next, if you're having any trouble. Alright, let's say that there is no God and each man is free to do exactly as he chooses, well, well, what prevents you from murdering somebody? Well, murder is immoral. Yes but subjectivity is objective.

Not in any rational scheme of perception. Perception is irrational, it implies immanence. But judgement of any system or a priori relation of phenomena exists in any rational or metaphysical or at least epistemological contradiction to an abstract and empirical concept such as being or to be or to occur in the thing itself or of the thing itself. Yeah, I've said that many times.

He was from my village. He was the village idiot. Yeah, what did you do, place? I was walking through the woods, thinking about Christ.

If He was a carpenter, I wondered what He charged for bookshelves. And I want three children. The idea is not to panic and run I don't want to be trampled by a horse. What about you, Boris? I don't even want to fight. Would you like some wine? Something to put you in the mood? I've been in the mood since the late 's.

Violence is justified in the service of mankind. You're quoting a Hun to me? Oh, if only God would give me some sign. If He would just speak to me once. If He would just cough. Of course there's a God! We're made in His image! You think I was made in God's image? Take a look at me. You think He wears glasses? Not with those frames. Sonja, are you scared of dying? Scared is the wrong word. I'm frightened of it. That's an interesting distinction.

Out of the last five times you’ve made love, how many have you initiated, and how many has your husband initiated? If you say he’s initiated all 5, that could be a problem! But quite often we get into this rut where he wants sex more than you do, and so he’s the one who always initiates making. Living Together Before Marriage Series: Statistics on Living Together Before Marriage Scriptures on Living Together Before Marriage Living Together Without Sex What If We Already Lived Together Before Marriage? This is the third post in a series on living together before www.siliconirelandnewswire.com first post presented statistics which demonstrate a high . The following story, first told by Lacan in , is exemplary of what he said about love. I will call it the story of the fruit and the flame.