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Date Posted: Saturday, January 14, 11:58:45am
Author: JayBee
Subject: *Sings*: You say tomato, while I say to-mah-to (r)
In reply to: Nell 's message, "Re: Because I just love debating with you (r)" on Saturday, January 14, 11:33:23am

For me, refraining from having sex with anyone else, while not really being in love with the spouse, is the "legalistic" approach. The "spirit" of the marriage is the love of a husband and wife for each other; the "law" of the marriage is the prohibition on extramarital sex. Obeying the law while violating the spirit strikes me as empty and meaningless.

Does that make any sense?

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