Religion: For Talking & Laughing

Drinking brightens up the conversation. Physical intimacies and liberties tend to become licence and naturally lead to sex indiscretions. Petting is a vulgar practice in which decent people will not indulge.

These statements a young person may decide to be unqualifiedly true, probably true, an open question, probably false, or unqualifiedly false. They are parts of a study and discussion outline issued last week by the Conference on Preparation for Marriage & Homemaking of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, prepared for leaders of young people (16 to...

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