(Original post by AspiringMedic8)
Believing in Christ and believing in the Catholic Church are two different things.
Please do not say that I "claim" to believe in God. Do not doubt my faith, it is not your place to.
Oh, sorry, have I been excommunicated for saying contraception has a purpose in a monogamous, married relationship?
Surely natural family planning is also separating the two aspects of sex though?
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Firstly, it is not unreasonable for me to assume you are Catholic as you are posting in TSR Catholic Society which is, as I've been told, for Catholic posters only.
Secondly, I am just just relaying what the Catholic Church teaches which, if you believe Catholicism is true, is what holds objectively true. Artificial contraception is wrong, even if every mind in the universe thought it was intrinsically right. Take from that what you will. This isn't an argument of which beliefs are true or false but just very basic logic. If however you are not a Catholic, then the argument still remains the same. Natural family planning is not the same, even if they both result in no pregnancies.
Catholic- X Believing in Catholic teachings- Y Individual- Z
Therefore Z ≠ X
Anyone who wants to argue on this point cannot, there are no loop holes.