Brittany Lee Allen

There’s a lie still weaving it’s way through Christian circles. It’s the thought that purity is merely refusing to participate in certain sinful activities. It started when, in hopes to strike fear into adolescents, we began setting up various rules and regulations about what makes us pure. People became identified as pure when they abstained from sex until marriage. If they wore a purity ring and didn’t ride in cars with boys, surely they were on the right path! But because we missed the foundation of what being pure actually looks like and why we should strive for it, we had many Christians that were remaining faithful to a point but coming as close to the line as possible.

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