Orginally published on Tuesday, July 29, 2008 at 7:30 AM
by Todd Rhoades
Yes, folks... they actually research this. Not sure how they qualify their research, but none the less, they do, somehow. Here's the premise: The closer your walk with God, the better your sex life. Although I wonder if it's the other way around: the better your sex life, the closer you feel to God. Regardless, here's part of the article and findings over at WorldNetDaily...
Contrary to popular notions of Christians as sexual prudes, 15 years of study have convinced a psychologist and professor that "knowing" your spouse "in the biblical sense" can be scientifically verified as a fulfilling and spiritual experience.
Dr. Chuck MacKnee, who teaches psychology at Trinity Western University, a school associated with the Evangelical Free Church near Vancouver, Canada, began studying sexuality in Christian couples in the 1990s at the University of British Columbia.
MacKnee told The Vancouver Sun that while many people assume biblical writers used the phrase "knowing" a person as a bashful way of saying "having sex," he believes the writers and translators were tapping into the uniquely intimate sense of knowing God that can be found within married, Christian sexuality.
What do you think?
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