Love Sex And Marriage Essay

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Love and Marriage One can question cohabitating, sex before marriage and why marriage is essential for life. A virtue ethicist would direct their focus less on lying in any circumstance and consider the decision to tell a lie or not and how that reflected on one’s character. I will argue that marriage is essential for a lifelong commitment in raising children and helping each other grow together with God, in one union, as husband and wife. In the covenant of marriage, couples are committed to each other and learn and grow together. When couples are confronted with trouble in the bond of marriage, there is more incentive to stay together and work things out because there is a fundamental base established between the couple and God with the church. A virtue ethicist would direct their focus less on the act in any circumstance and consider that the decision they make and how that reflected on one’s character. Virtue ethicist also could say that couples need to cohabitate to get to know each other, if they do not have a strong religious background instilled in them showing the importance of being married, cohabitation, having sex or raising kids in a committed union. The ethical approach to any circumstance involves critical thinking. As a critical thinker, a person views his or her approach to a situation from her own background of training, influences, and experience. When I look at the question from various ethical standpoints, I can see the value in each of these positions. However, based on my own morals and values I view this issue through my own Virtue Ethics and feel that marriage is essential for a lifelong commitment in raising children and helping each other grow together with God, in one union, as husband and wife. God has given us many blessings and he has chosen to shower us with the blessing of marriage. I consider marriage a gift given by our

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