Church Holds Church Services in Strip Club
M’kay. I was taught from the time I was a girl that sex was for marriage only. Taught this in Christian books, Christian television shows, church sermons, my parents, and obviously, that was the conclusion I got from reading the Bible on my own as a kid and teen.
I get into adulthood, still single, still a virgin, and I’ll be darned if most of Christianity today is telling singles and teens,
- “Sex is no big deal! Just use “protection.”
Don’t feel shamed or dirty about pre-marital sex, and God forgives it anyway.
Let’s do away with purity culture, it’s so damaging to women! It’s forced on women by the patriarchy!”
Basically, virginity is not only not valued by self professing Christians today, but it’s also been attacked (yes, see (Link): this (Link): this, (Link): this for a few examples – I have more on the site, but that suffices).
Soooooooo…. I’m bothering to live by biblical sexual values why, exactly? Nobody else is, Christians are not. Christians are making a mockery out of biblical teachings about sex.
You can listen about this story on Chris Rosebrough’s show here:
(Link): Church in a strip club? (audio – pod cast)
I’m not sure if this story from The Christian Post is related to the story discussed by Rosebrough above, but I think it is:
(Link): Church Hosts Services on Stage at Local Strip Club for Easter Sunday
- BY KATHERINE WEBER, CHRISTIAN POST REPORTER
April 23, 2014|4:42 pm
A gentleman’s club in Ontario, Canada, opened its doors on Sunday to allow a church to gather. The couple leading the church says it is an attempt to attract those who would feel uncomfortable in a traditional church setting.
Jack and Sharon Ninaber, who are part of the Elora Road Christian Fellowship, held their first church service at The Manor gentlemen’s club in Guelph over Easter weekend. Sharon, Jack’s wife, told the local CTV television station that when she originally suggested the couple begin holding church services at the strip club, she was joking.
After discussing the idea further, however, the couple decided the unorthodox services would be a creative way to reach those who would shy away from a traditional church setting. They are specifically hoping to attract residents from Sue’s Inn, a nearby transitional house for the homeless and the addicted.
Why are Christians so obsessed with strippers? If they are not harping on strippers, it’s African orphans. WTF?
Related posts this blog:
(Link): Stop Rewarding People For Their Failure – Christians Speaking Out of Both Sides of Their Mouths About Sexual Sin – Choices and Actions and How You Teach This Stuff Has Consequences – Allowing Sinners To Re-Define Biblical Terms and Standards