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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 27, 2003 08:09:29 UTC

In modern times, we know lust has measurable physiological effects and if persons have informed consent, they may be allowed to freely choose how to manage their own minds. Jesus gave a good caution in an age when very little,
apparently, was known by human beings about
the physiology of lust. I do not believe
we should close the question and sit in judgment
on lustful thoughts. I do believe lust should
be seen as a part of human experience which should be bridled.
May we learn from Jesus' caution and move on
with continuing respect for the seriousness of
the question.

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