How faith affects intimacy in relationships

for Tv47 Digital April 07, 2023, 08:31 AM
Faith and intimacy
Relationship between faith and relationships. PHOTO/COURTESY

In Summary

  • Pastors Joseph and Sue Munene, popular marriage counsellors, say faith has been one of the biggest source of conflict in marriages.
  • "Are you a Muslim marry a Muslim, are you a Buddhist marry a Buddhist, are you a Christian marry a Christian," Pastor Sue says on TV47's breakfast show¬†Morning Cafe.

As times change, it has become more common for people of different faiths to get into relationships and marriages.

Pastors Joseph and Sue Munene, popular marriage counsellors, say faith has been one of the biggest sources of conflict in marriages.

"Are you a Muslim marry a Muslim, are you a Buddhist marry a Buddhist, are you a Christian marry a Christian," Pastor Sue said on TV47's breakfast show Morning Cafe.

She believes that one's faith tends to affect their character, values, habits, relationships and so on.

"Your belief system interprets where you spend your money, your time, language and character," the counsellor adds.

When it comes to intimacy, the religious leaders say many couples have been in constant conflict over lack of common sexual practices.

"For example if I am a Christian and my faith does not allow me to have sex on eve of Sabbath while my husband who is a traditionalist believes we should have sex at anytime what happens then? she posed.

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