• By the teachings of Islam, what good is it to have all the virgins in the afterlife if their prolonged men are without genitals?
    • MissAshleigh
      ..and they never think about how sad those virgins will be.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      And unless you are a virgin, then I don't see how happy you would be. lol
  • Yes, I believe procreation takes place in The Celestial Kingdom.
  • Because scripture says "What is loosed on earth will be loosed in heaven" also it says there will be no marriage in heaven so yes, there will be sex in heaven freely as the Lord God intends on it here on earth. So yes, we will have genitals in heaven and will enjoy sex. If you would like more information google "sex in heaven"
  • 7-20-2017 The bible does not say, and if the bible doesn't say it then NOBODY KNOWS! There are some hints that allow us to make up things based on human logic, but human logic is a poor substitute for knowledge. It is a disgrace to pretend you know something when you don't.
    • Linda Joy
      She didn't ask if we "KNOW" for a fact. She asked us our beliefs and I don't think its A DISGRACE to voice our opinions.
  • LOL, how can we ever know,but as we are not going to need our sexual organs in another life I think after death we will have evolved without them. We may also not speak,but talk to each other by thoughts.
  • I don't believe in an afterlife so no. As no one has ever come back its a big step of faith to assume there is an afterlife .
  • Lol! I love our priorities. The bible says we will be like the angels, they will neither marry or be given in marriage. So from my reading of the bible, since sex out of marriage is frowned upon, then I'd say sex will not exist in heaven, unsure as to the genital thing, but the bible says we will have a different body. We will be of the spirit, not of the material (flesh nature), and it says that once we are all put under Christ, God will unite us to himself, and so I think being in unity with God will be fulfilling, there will be no desire for anything else. Desire tends to be due to an absence. If God IS all, and IN all, where is the absence? Jesus "I am the bread of life, and those who come to me will never hunger (and this means more than just physical hunger), and they who believe in me will never thirst. There is no absence of anything in God, that's only in the flesh, in the material, and the separateness from the Holy Spirit of God.
    • Thinker
      Sex outside or even in marriage is frowned upon per the teachings of Gnosticism introduced into the church by Augustine of Hippo. If you do some reading and research you will learn there is not one word in the Bible, Old or New Testaments saying premarital sex is a sin. In fact no sexual intercourse is a sin unless something is added to it. Such as rape, the intercourse is not a sin, but when someone adds rape to the situation it becomes sin in that it is the taking of something that does not belong to the rapist. Rape by the way is not punishable with death in the Bible.
    • Creamcrackered
      Matthew 15:19 “For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications (porneiai), thefts, false witness, slanders.” Jesus is not using the word porneia as a generic term to refer to all immoral sex, since he makes a separate reference to adultery. If he were using porneia in the generic sense, he wouldn’t have added adultery to his list. This means that he is almost certainly referring to premarital sex. 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 Paul takes this word and makes it into a noun, Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators (pornoi), nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, 1 cor 7.9 But if they cannot control themselves, they should marry, for it is better to marry than to burn with passion. (1 Corinthians 7:9) Notice that Paul says it is better to marry than to “burn with passion.” Here is an important question: Why in the world would anyone be burning with passion? Because they want to have sex, and they can’t (since it is forbidden). I know of no other interpretation of this verse that is as likely as this one. Nothing else comes close. Let me say it another way. Why can’t these people have sex? Because they are not married. That’s all there is to it. According to Paul, there are only two options for single people who have sexual desire: get married (and have sex) or stay single and burn with passion. This means that having premarital sex is not an option under any circumstances. If it was, why would Paul say, “You either get married or you just burn with passion”?
  • Why would it matter?

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