Monday, October 10, 2005

National Porn Sunday

National Porn Sunday was yesterday. The purpose was to draw attention to the temptations of the dark side of the Internet. No one made of flesh is immune to the temptaions of the flesh. Scriptures teach us that we should follow Joseph's example and "flee youthful lusts". We are to make no provisions for the flesh... a good first step to protect yourself and your family is to get a good Internet Filter and accountability program.

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National Porn Sunday was sponsored by www.xxxchurch.com . Churches across the country addressed this seldom talked about issue. They have many good resources on their website and they also have a fee accountability software package.

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:18 PM

    I understand your views, but here are mine. Porn is the best. It is Art at it's finest. We weren't given bodies so we could hide them. I respect any girl who poses nude in Playboy, Penthouse, Hustler, or one of the other fine magazines. I don't respect a girl who keeps her goods all covered up where they cannot be enjoyed.
    Live long Porn.

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  2. Do I keep posts like the first one or delete them?

    Obiously I disagree, is there any merit to leaving the posts alone and trying to get into a dialogue?

    web 2.0 would say to leave it.

    What do you think?

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  3. I find it interesting that a person could voice their warped view of porn and yet is logged in as "anonymous."

    Why I ask is this person afraid to post their name. Is it that their wife would not approve of such talk?

    I have seen personally no good come from porn, in my youth I was exposed to such venues and vises and have struggled with the effects of such since, porn shows unrealistic persons/acts that don't happen in real the world.

    Porn is very damaging and should not be allowed.

    Thank you
    Matthew "Steve" Medlen

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