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"Christians are perhaps more influenced by the culture than they are by the teachings of scripture or the church," Peter Sprigg, senior fellow for policy studies at the Family Research Council, told The Christian Post in an interview on Friday.
According to the "2014 State of Dating in America" report published by Christian Mingle and JDate, 61 percent of Christians said they would have sex before marriage.
"I know a lot of couples where the men way outperform the women, and they often feel that they're under pressure and that it's not fair." Meanwhile, the old stereotype of women searching for the doctor or the lawyer is also no longer the case – they are becoming the doctors and lawyers.
) likely reckon that a million payday for a deflowering is sexually positive in that it's lots of money without a pimp or mamasan. Sprigg, however, argued that many researchers have shown "that even though partners often cohabit as a trial marriage, couples who cohabit before marriage are more likely to divorce, not less likely." He noted that these couples "are not actually practicing marriage – they are practicing lack of commitment." While Sprigg and Sussmann disagreed on some points, they agreed that traditional gender roles – with the husband as the primary breadwinner – are less important in today's society."I think we should be speaking out against the culture's calls for same-ness and absolute equality in gender roles, but I don't think we should impose 19th century gender roles within a modern economy either," Sprigg asserted.A new study on Christian attitudes toward dating and marriage reveals a broad acceptance for cohabitation, premarital sex and a rejection of traditional gender roles.Experts believe that many Christians are following cultural trends over scripture when it comes to sex and marriage.