A. Engaged Couple
The most prominent argument for premarital sex among Christians is the marital argument, which says, "We are in love and plan to marry soon. Why should we wait?" (Williams: 2010). If both participants are willing, care deeply for each other, and use protection, premarital sex is fine. This experience will bring two people closer together. (Zeolla: 2011)
Others practice premarital sex because they are engaged and will be marrying each other soon. They will learn what sleeping with someone is like, what to do and they will be gaining more experiences. They will not have to worry about having experience because they have done it before. And this is even better if they will marry the one they have lost their virginity.
B. Sexually active teenagers
In this present generation we live in, it has already been accepted among people, especially to the teenagers. It does not really bother or matter to them anymore but rather, if they’ve done it, they’re even in the “in” crowd now. When someone says he or she is not a virgin, it won’t be as that shocking news as some may have imagined it to be. (OPPapers)
Teenagers are impulsive, adventurous, and curious. They want to try and experience new things, like sex. Nowadays, sex is just like a common thing. In liberated countries, it’s not a big deal if they have sex with someone they were attracted to or they have just met at party. It’s even “cool” if they have already experienced it.
II. Against premarital sex
Sex is good but pre-marital sex is not. Sex should be private and should only be done by married couple, husband and wife. In Bible, it is stated in Hebrews 13:4 – “Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.” (NIV). But nowadays, sex is in just about every magazine, television show, and movie. It is a point on a lot of music. Our world has...