Since the events of Tuesday night, I've been looking for a way to look at the 'modern' approach to sexual relations (read: sexual immorality) to see what chain of consequences would arise from ignoring it. Then I found this, which, whilst rather, um, fatalistic, does seem it ring true. It's from an editorial on the Preterist Archive website, entitled, "Chicken Little Goes to Church" and was written by Rev. Andrew Sandlin.
Their [conservative Christians, largely] cultural action is forever rearguard, reaction, lacking any moral absolutes or revelational rudder by which to navigate the sea of (im)morality in the modern world, content instead to toddle along fifteen years behind the "progressives" (read: God-hating covenant-breakers). In a few years, if the trend continues, conservatives--both political and theological--will silently drop vocal objections to extramarital heterosexuality while castigating homosexuality, then a few years more will jettison any public opposition to the latter, while castigating bestiality. When in the next century they no longer decry bestiality, we will have observed the utter evisceration of the conservative movement, slain on the altar of moral pragmatism, willing victim of a refusal to maintain explicit Biblical fidelity.
What do you think continued sexual immorality will lead to? Or do you feel that society will indicate what is acceptable to it, and what was immorality is now accepted practice? just intruiged.