Food for Thought Question: When does unfaithfulness begin?

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We’ve all been watching the “pentagon love scandal” with the 4-star generals and the two lovely ladies. Well, CNN did a poll asking when does unfaithfulness begin?

Click here to see/answer CNN’s poll question.

Is it flirting with someone other than your spouse, or communicating online, or is it actual kissing, or sex?

At 5PM Thursday, about  47% of people said unfaithfulness begins when someone sends e-mails or texts without their partner’s knowledge. That’s not a scientific poll, but it did spark a lot of debate in the newsroom today.

Our Food for Thought Question: When does unfaithfulness begin?

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  • Kathy Brandon

    Unfaithfulness begins in the mind, when one entertains thoughts of a person other than their spouse. It doesn't just happen, the choice is made to either act on the thought or reject the thought, but there is no doubt the thought is where it starts. Jesus taught: "Ye have heard that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not commit adultery: But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart. " (Matthew 5:27-28)

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