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Protestant views on contraception - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Protestant views on contraception **

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*Protestant views on contraception* are markedly more pluralistic than the
views expressed by the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church, due to
historical divergences of theological thought that began during the
Protestant Reformation, including the rejection of a central doctrinal
authority. In general, most liberal Protestants and Anglicans hold
relatively settled views that accept use of contraception, while debate is
ongoing among conservative Evangelicals, especially as to which types are
and are not acceptable.

*Contents*

· 1 History

· 1.1 Protestants Reformers’ views vs. modern Protestant views

· 2 Ongoing debates

· 2.1 Individual conscience or commandment?

· 2.1.1 “Be fruitful and multiply”—command or blessing?
· 2.1.2 The Sin of Onan—condemnation of contraceptive use?

· 2.2 Which methods are permissible?

· 2.2.1 Natural Family Planning only or "artificial" methods too?
· 2.2.2 Hormonal contraceptives

· 3 Current views

· 3.1 "Children in abundance" group
· 3.2 "Children in managed abundance" group
· 3.3 "Children in moderation" group
· 3.4 "No children" group
· 3.5 Sterilization reversals

· 4 Denominational positions

· 4.1 Anglicanism
· 4.2 Lutheranism
· 4.3 Methodism
· 4.4 Presbyterianism
· 4.5 Mennonites
· 4.6 Amish
· 4.7 Hutterites

· 5 References

*History[edit]*

Before the Protestant Reformation, the Roman Catholic Church viewed
procreation as the primary purpose of sexual intercourse. Unity of spouses
was also noted as a purpose. As part of the Reformation, Reformers began to
more strongly emphasize the unitive pleasures of marriage.^[1] Still, all
major early Protestant Reformers, and indeed Protestants in general until
the twentieth


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protestant_views_on_contraception

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