Christian Sex Shop
What does a Christian sex shop looks like? This also is very clear to understand from the Gospel: it does not contradict the doctrine of Christ.
Jesus says that fornication can be committed by just ‘looking’ lustfully at another.
MAT 5: 28 But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart.
Thus, a considerate Christian sex shop would not have pictures or movies of naked people, for this could be provoking fellow Christians to commit adultery or fornication. Dressed dolls, like in the image below are the only alternative for a realistic demonstration of clothing. If one experiences arousal from the doll image, then one doesn’t violate, nor is one drawn into violation by the shopkeeper. All manner of toys may be sold, S&M toys, self-gratification toys, sex pills and drinks, birth-control products and anything else that does not violate the law of God.
Remember: if it violates the law of God, it is written in the Gospel: meaning ‘The New Testament’.
Here a nice site about Christian nymphomanics: if it contains anything offensive to the laws of Christ, then let me have your comments, with biblical proof. FOR SURELY! A woman may enjoy the pleasures of sex in any way she likes with her husband. And nymphomania, indeed, is a medical condition. But it’s nothing like as detrimental as paedophilia, which so many priests suffer from, and that to such an extent that they can never be Christians, for they remain of the flesh! While a Christian nymphomaniac, married to a husband, having become one with the husband, can never be of the flesh (chasing after strange flesh) as a Christian, but she remains of the spirit, even if she on impulse is charged with lust for strange man: as long as she doesn’t surrender to this lust, she shall remain a true Christian: for, be they Christians, she and her husband are of one flesh and Holy: and thus it is impossible to transgress anyway, for they were re-born of incorruptible seed.
The Devil, Bishop Gavin Dunbar and his Curse on the Scot/English Borders.