TITLE: Do We Reall Feel That God is Perfect?
By gene hudgens
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If we truly believe that God is perfect, then we certainly can not question Him when we untutored (imperfect humans) disagree with His actions.
Our perfect God had a perfect plan with His Creation of the universe and all life on earth. He created living things (including us humans) with a Plan. He wanted us humans to enjoy the “desires of the flesh” as long as our own actions don’t harm anyone else. God put His action plan into the DNA genes of every human, which act as the motor or generator to activate “human nature”.
Remember that for 4000 years philosophers have written that no one can argue with human nature.
Our desire to satisfy our hunger for food and to achieve sexual satisfaction is human nature…exactly as planned by our perfect God and Creator.
I too believe that sexual intercourse is most ideal within the frame work of marriage. However, humans desire sexual satisfaction from the time of birth until the time of death. We certainly can not feel that children should be married or that children be denied sexual satisfaction until they are adults and can get married.
Sexual intercourse is not the only form of sex or the only means of sexual satisfaction. Masturbation is sex and it offers sexual satisfaction. It is the logical alternative for sexual intercourse; out side and inside marriage.
If people and church goers and religions truly believe what they preach, they can not logically oppose, condemn, or question God’s perfection in His creation of humans and
Well educated intelligent individuals, worthwhile world organizations and religions must wake up; push aside their ill, untutored, ignorant feelings and attitudes.
Since the beginning of time man made rules (not rules from God) have regulated how humans can participate in sex. Controlling the minds and actions of humans has always been a major objective of governments, armies, dictators and religions.
Today organized religions encourage (or cause) most of the social problems we experience daily in our lives. Each of us has a brain and God expects us to use it to make life on earth better for all of His Creation. This means that we must look at and address problems in a way that the majority of us humans will accept.
Sexual satisfaction WILL be achieved by all humans outside of marriage as well as within marriage. The question is, “What kind of sexual satisfaction”. Human nature shows that all (or near all) children will satisfy their sexual desires. Sexual intercourse is stupid sex for children. Children should not be married. Masturbation is condemned. So what logical, effective, acceptable alternative do we offer children?
No one denies that abstinence is the safest approach to sex, but statistics prove that it is not accepted or practiced. Therefore it is not a logical and effective alternative in our society.
God does not condemn masturbation, so what right does any human or man-made religions have to confront God? Masturbation is completely satisfying sex. It is safe, clean, harmless, and convenient sex for every human on earth regardless of age.
Will we continue to drum false religious taboos into children day and night or will we actively promote Effective Sex Education. The key word is Effective. Effective sex education does not exist today…not even in America.
Over-population in the world threatens life on earth. The AIDS virus is the worst infection disease epidemic in recorded human history. The spread of STDs is at an epidemic high. Child pregnancies are on the rise. Teen-age pregnancies are at an epidemic high. Logical cures are Effective Sex Education and encouragement of masturbation.
The divorce rate is high. Adultery, spouse abuse, child abuse, sexual harassment in the work place and sexual related emotional and nervous tension are common.
When my God looks down from Heaven, He must be very sad as He observes His Creation causing themselves unnecessary problems out of pure selfishness, ignorance and stupidity.
© Gene Hudgens
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