The average 16 year old boy has 10,000 times more access to pornography than did the plowboys working their fields in the 1880s. Click. Click. Click. And they are on the sites. Christianity Today reports that seventy percent of American men ages 18â€“34 view internet pornography once a month, and the numbers aren't that different for professing Christians. The problem is intensifying among our youth. A recent survey done by the University of Alberta finds that boys in rural areas are far more likely to have a problem with porn than boys in cities. It is no small problem, and it is affecting marriage, divorce, child abuse, and a hundred other issues within the family in this country and many others.
In this segment of Generations, Kevin Swanson defines the biblical principles relating to purity, modesty, and sexual desire. This leads into some practical directions on training our young boys in self-control and sexual purity.
Great Sermon! What porn does, is make married relational sex, RARE. Men, usually have a 72 hour cycle for 'relations' and if the man uses too much porn, HE WONT HAVE RELATIONS with his WIFE AT ALL, and she gets frustrated!!--a normal married man has sex or wants to have sex with his wife at least 3 TIMES A WEEK---''all in all' unmarried sex RUINS SEX for MARRIAGE, and easy divorce ensues (some silly women assume that they have a higher drive than their boyfriends) girls usually tie their emotions with their sex life more--guys do it when married!!(normal christian guys)not porn guys--sigh
Kevin Swanson has served as elder and pastor of Reformation Church, OPC since its inception. Kevin was raised on the mission field in Japan in the 1960's and 1970's. Together with his wife Brenda, they are bringing up five children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord....