The Importance Of Contraception In The Will Of God

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Contraception is an increasingly controversial subject as it seems to be of great importance to those wishing to have sexual relations without procreating. Yet for those wishing to do the will of God, the beliefs of the Church demonstrate that the use of contraception is wrong because it’s a deliberate violation of the design God built into the human race. The idea that God designed this body of unchanging moral principles regarded as a basis for all human conduct, is known as “natural law,” and it directly relates to the argument display by the Church opposing the use of contraception. If people wait till marriage to have relations with their spouse, than there is less of a requirement for contraception because the majority of married couples want to have children, and can rightfully do so under the eyes of God and the teaching of the Church. Yet the issue is, …show more content…
Modern day, the beliefs of the Church clash with those of the general public regarding the topic of contraception, a subject that is becoming increasingly controversial, and leading to the questioning of the Church’s ability to “change with the times.”

Throughout the history of the Church, the importance of avoiding contraception has remained the same. During 1900 B.C. people would use an assortment of potions to prevent birth, however, modern day, the use of pills, condoms and the tying of the female fallopian tubes seems to be the primary choices, yet the Church’s message remains the same. In fact, Contraception is directly addressed within the

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