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ChrisJones last won the day on March 29 2020

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  1. I don't think we were. Scripture plays a big part in that. Monogamy isn't for everyone and a recent study suggests Cluedo is a viable alternative.
  2. I'm kinda a curious now, though. Those that do think it should carry a criminal penalty... what is punishment to fit the crime? Stoning? Acid attacks?
  3. I honestly don't know. I just don't think it should be criminalised. I wouldn't do it, regardless, that's the promise I made. Government has no business in the private lives of (people) consenting adults.
  4. I fully understand it too but liberty and faith aren't always good bedfellows.
  5. I'm not disagreeing with that. I'm stating that adultery shouldn't carry a criminal penalty. As I said earlier in the thread. This is the risk/reward with the traditional marriage. If there was even a moments hesitation they shouldn't marry in the first place, IMO. Honesty clearly won't factor into this by the very nature of what we're discussing. Here's the crux of it. I'm utterly sure that would never happen. As certain as you'll ever be about anything. If I wasn't I would never have married. Again I'm stating that adultery shouldn't carry a criminal penalty. You're free to d
  6. I wouldn't have been married as long as I have if I didn't take other people's feelings into account. I'm merely stating that adultery should not carry a criminal penalty. As someone who isn't married why are you worried about adultery?
  7. I'm not judging anyone. How can there be a crime commited between consenting adults?
  8. The US military is absurd. Behaviour between consenting adults shouldn't be illegal and face legal consequences. Hebrews 13:4
  9. What's the difference? You're using the US military as a measuring device. Baffling given your audience. I didn't recite vows. The legal ceremony was the signing of papers. It works for us. How long have you been married?
  10. I am married and have been for over 20 years. I've never worried about affairs at any time. We agreed to monogamy and we stuck to it. Monogamy isn't for everyone.
  11. No. Just a backward version of how consent works. Look at the sexual assault cases in the US military for context.
  12. Good job that doesn't apply to anyone here.
  13. It doesn't excuse anything. Consenting adults can do what ever they want. If you don't want the risk don't sign the papers. What about it? And? I've never really cared about the bible or it's 'teachings.'
  14. Honestly, mate. If it happened to me I'd be devastated but to think that there should be some legal penalty and that the guilty party should be imprisoned, or worse, on some vengeance trip is, frankly, f*ck*ng bonkers!
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