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The primary gist of this email is to simply thank you for your website. A while ago my mother was talking with a Christian family and, of course, spoke very highly of me. This family jokingly said, "He can marry our daughter." My mother knows my virginity is only of a technical nature; I had been seeing a girl for quite some time, and we had done pretty much everything except the that is officially crossing the line. My Google searches centered around a whirlwind of emotion and biblical questions which I ran into recently.3 So then, if while her husband is living she is joined to another man, she shall be called an adulteress; but if her husband dies, she is free from the law, so that she is not an adulteress though she is joined to another man," (Romans 7:1-3).Paul taught that the woman who is not a virgin and marries another after the death of her husband has done nothing wrong.
Furthermore, there is nothing in the context that says it would be wrong for a man to marry her.
Despite the months she'd spent daily working out and eating next to nothing, she was so petrified of her husband seeing her naked, it'd taken her two glasses of champagne and a bubble bath before she relaxed enough to consummate their marriage.
I've heard similar stories of good Christian girls, who'd waited their entire lives to have sex, spend the days and hours leading up to their wedding in a state of panic.
My mom's recommendations usually fall on deaf ears, but this time I was able to find this girl on Facebook and she seemed too good to be true, so when she commented on a post of mine, my heart was off to the races, and we were quickly chatting incessantly.
However, when the time came to go on a date she said she was not ready to date again, which lead me to believe she was not interested in me.