As a Matter of Fact, Yes- God Takes Women’s Sexual Sin VERY Seriously.

If we believed Christian women every time they spoke of their past in terms of their sexual sin, you wouldn’t think they were normal people who sin like everyone does. No, you would think at least 75% of them were perfectly innocent women who were all raped and/or molested as a child. I can’t remember when I heard someone make that remark for the first time, but I believe it wholeheartedly. Christian women will even lie to prospective Christian husbands when they inevitably discuss what she’s done sexually in the past. She’ll claim that her old boyfriend(s) forced her into sex. That’s not what happened, but since women refuse to bear any shame for what they’ve done, they make malicious accusations of rape to salvage their non-existent purity in the eyes of a Godly man.

A Christian women can lie like this knowing full-well that her naive Christian boyfriend is more than willing to play the sympathy card should she even imply that the sex she had in the past wasn’t consensual. On the off-chance that he doesn’t fall for it, it’s still okay. Should he dare to call her out, he’ll be dog-piled by his church and his family for his cruelty.

Frankly, we don’t even know the meaning of that word. Let’s allow God’s law in Deuteronomy to cleanse the feminism from our minds:

Laws Concerning Sexual Immorality

Deuteronomy 22:20 But if the thing is true, that evidence of virginity was not found in the young woman, 21 then they shall bring out the young woman to the door of her father’s house, and the men of her city shall stone her to death with stones, because she has done an outrageous thing in Israel by whoring in her father’s house. So you shall purge the evil from your midst.

Please note that this not God condemning a woman to death for literally being a prostitute. This was a woman who married a man with the understanding that she was a virgin, and her husband discovered that she wasn’t. To the utter shock of modern day Christians who quake at the thought of preaching to women about their own sinful behavior, God calls such a woman an outrageous whore. God even told the MEN—those despicable slut-shaming brutes—to not only judge her (how dare they!), but to KILL her. They were to bring her to the door of her dad’s house and hit her with rocks until she was dead.

God doesn’t screw around when it comes to women’s sexual sin. Contrary to what most preachers will tell you, God did not put men down for daring to demand they receive what they rightfully deserve. A man who marries a virgin in good faith deserves a virgin for a bride. If a woman lied that she was a virgin in order to take advantage of a man, then that man had the God-given right to fight back. He could expose her and demand evidence of her purity from her mom and dad. If there was no evidence, then death awaited his lying whore bride.

That just won’t do for Christians these days. Even when clear and irrefutable evidence of women’s sins are placed before them, they’ve got one more tactic. They’ll grant that you’re right- okay, it’s true, she’s in the wrong, but guess what? There’s still something wrong with YOU. You’re supposed to model Christ, right? Then if your wife cheats on you or lies about her virginity, just look it as a golden opportunity to exemplify the love of Christ! And if you don’t, you’re a big bad meanie!

You know what? I bet 100% of the whores who were stoned to death thought the men of the city were pretty mean too. That didn’t stop God from mandating their execution.

If you think about it, God’s mandated punishment is downright ferocious. Consider how this punishment would impact her parents as well! Can you imagine the agony that her father and mother would feel as they listened to their daughter bang on the door of their house, begging for daddy to come and save her, and not being able to come to her rescue? And then to come out and see her shredded corpse with her blood and brains splattered all over the place? And then having to clean it up afterwards!? It’s terrifying when you really think about it.

God wasn’t done though. Not by a long shot.

22 “If a man is found lying with the wife of another man, both of them shall die, the man who lay with the woman, and the woman. So you shall purge the evil from Israel.

God doesn’t just look down on women who lie about their virginity. If a woman cheats on her husband, she also deserves to die. What about women who cheated on a man she was betrothed to?

23 “If there is a betrothed virgin, and a man meets her in the city and lies with her, 24 then you shall bring them both out to the gate of that city, and you shall stone them to death with stones, the young woman because she did not cry for help though she was in the city, and the man because he violated his neighbor’s wife. So you shall purge the evil from your midst.

Wait- so even if the man initiates the sex, the woman is obligated to make a good faith effort to make him stop? What kind of victim-blaming is this!? Who do we think we are?

We’re men mandated by God to see the world as he sees it. That’s who we are. If God thinks a woman is required to make a good faith effort to fight for her purity, then that’s what we need to think. If God thinks a woman is an outrageous whore for lying about her sexual past in order to snag a man, then that’s also what we need to think. All Christian men need to consider just how desperate they are to marry if they suspect their girlfriend isn’t as pure as she claims. God wants us to take women’s sexual sin seriously, because as Deuteronomy makes crystal clear, he takes it very VERY seriously.

5 thoughts on “As a Matter of Fact, Yes- God Takes Women’s Sexual Sin VERY Seriously.

    1. Sharkly

      Yep! And then they’ll try to flog you with the apocryphal story that the Great Whore of Rome added to Latin Bibles in the AD 400s.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_and_the_woman_taken_in_adultery
      All the other apocryphal additions have since been removed from our English Bibles, but, even though they know that story doesn’t belong in the Bible, wasn’t written by any apostle, and is not inspired, the apocryphal story is just too precious to the whore-worshippers to give up. It uncharacteristically tells of a “Jesus” who disregard’s His Father’s law to let an adulteress, caught in the act, off Scott free, even though she is not recorded as having shown repentance or faith. Seriously, it is a satanic lie that show’s Jesus licensing the sexual lawlessness of a woman who is not even recorded as being repentant or showing faith. If Jesus were that forgiving, then why even regard such a licentious judge, He can forgive our upcoming adultery too, otherwise He is an unjust respecter of persons who apparently only forgives sluts who give Him a hard-on. Seriously, don’t believe that bizarre satanic addition that the Mother of Harlots added to falsely lead her whoring daughter churches into licentiousness. In the real inspired scriptures Jesus contradicted that saying that He did not comer to negate the law, but to fulfill the law. And if we are to be imitators of Christ, we should be trying to fulfill God’s moral law also. While Jewish ceremonial law and cleanliness laws were never intended to apply to us Gentiles, God gave His moral laws for all of humanity:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Laws_of_Noah
      What I say may come as a shock, but check it out. The Great whore has been falsely teaching licentiousness.

      Jude 1:3 Beloved, while I was making every effort to write you about our common salvation, I felt the necessity to write to you appealing that you contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all handed down to the saints. 4 For certain persons have crept in unnoticed, those who were long beforehand marked out for this condemnation, ungodly persons who turn the grace of our God into licentiousness and deny our only Master and Lord, Jesus Christ.

      “Once for all handed down to the saints”, meaning that no latter day additions to the scriptures were needed, and we should contend earnestly against them for the faith, especially when they have the ungodly effect of increasing licentiousness.

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      1. Lexet Blog

        I’ve addressed that passage elsewhere. The issue with it is two fold:

        Pharisees were guilty of same conduct, if not worse. Especially with how they were loose with divorce

        Second, their attempt to stone her was a complete butchering of the law, which required both man and woman to be put to death.

        Whether or not the passage was originally there, I don’t see how it changes anything.

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      2. Sharkly

        If John 7:53-8:11 was not in the original Greek inspired work, written by the apostle, or any of the early Greek manuscripts, but was instead an apocryphal story being told in the 300s that got inserted in the 400s alternately into either John’s Gospel or sometimes Luke’s Gospel in Latin manuscripts by the Great Whore of Rome, then we should not base our doctrines, thoughts, and teachings, on what we know to be an illegitimate adulteration to the inspired word of God. Does it not make sense that Satan would want to sabotage the inspired Gospel by having his minions insert his leaven of lawlessness into it? That single text has led to great wickedness being excused for generation after generation, and is foundational to the excuse of lawlessness, and most specifically to excusing women’s sexual sins, that this post explains are so heinous to God.

        The “Pericope Adulterae” is not found in most of the early Greek Gospel manuscripts. It is not in Papyrus66 or in Papyrus75, both of which have been assigned to the late 100s or early 200s, nor in two important manuscripts produced in the early/mid 300s, Sinaiticus and Vaticanus. The first surviving Greek manuscript to contain the “Pericope Adulterae” is the Latin/Greek diglot Codex Bezae, produced in the 400s or 500s.

        Quite simply, the fact that this apocryphal tale originating in the 200s or 300s became popular enough that the State church of Rome decided to sneak it into their New Testaments sometime in the 400s or 500s, should be reason enough to completely distrust it. Even if parts of the story are true, we can’t be certain which parts, if any, are true. The first English New Testaments were translations of later Latin manuscripts. And when the earlier Greek manuscripts were not found to contain certain Roman additions, they all were removed form our Bibles, except for the “Pericope Adulterae”, because it is such a world-beloved portrayal of Jesus condoning a woman’s Feminist sexual freedom from fidelity to her husband. In the apocryphal story libertine Jesus basically condones this whore cuckolding her husband, denies all justice to the husband, and denies all punishment to the whore, merely telling her to not do it again. It has never fit with the rest of the Bible, where only those recorded as showing repentance or faith are forgiven, and where people still justly bear the earthly consequences and lawful punishments for their sins. The thief on the cross is recorded to have shown both repentance and faith and yet he was still allowed to both suffer and die for his thievery,(a lesser punishable sin than adultery according to God’s law) even though Jesus forgave his sin. That is an inspired example from the true Gospel of Christ.
        Too many false teachers have that single apocryphal story at the root of their lawless Feminist teachings. If I bring up my wife’s online infidelity and sexual misdeeds with churchians, that passage always comes up, along with their kooky claim that my manly sex drive, which they call “lust” is the same as adultery. That also is not what Jesus said. He said the adultery is already in your heart, as in, even the Pharisees had the root of adultery, which is lust, already in their hearts, and that therefore all are sinners, guilty before God of violating the holiness of His perfect law. Jesus was not saying lust was exactly equal with adultery, and everyone should be stoned to death for it. Nor was he telling people to literally rip out their right eye, he was making a point. And none of the disciples ripped out there eyes, because they understood the point Jesus was making about lust being unholy and in all of our hearts. BGR for one, also teaches of a distinction between active lustful plans, and the mere appreciation of God’s creation. The churchians teachings have led to the Feminist destruction of God’s patriarchy and marriage as an honored union joined together by God with the wife under the husband. And a big part of it can be traced back to the Pericope Adulterae and also to the twisting of the legitimate scriptures.

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  1. edward kennedy

    You did not tell the full story. Jesus said to the woman caught in adultery, “Neither do I condemn you, GO AND SIN NO MORE. IN those five words HE identified her sin, labelled her as a sinner and instructed her to cease and desist from her sin.

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