Morality: Situation Sex

Thou shalt not exploit another person sexually. This, in effect, is the imperative that should determine the moral legitimacy of sexual intercourse, in marriage or out, says a report on "Sex and Morality" published last week by a committee of the British Council of Churches.

The committee of 13 clergymen, doctors and educators was headed by Methodist Pastor Kenneth G. Greet, father of three children and author of two books on sex relationships. It rejected the council's original instructions which were to prepare "a statement of the Christian case for abstinence from...

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