Dildos and dil-don’ts One of the weirder books in the Bible (and we say that with a pillar of salt) is Ezekiel, who is a visionary and possibly God’s first experiment with LSD.
Masturbation in the Bible - What does the Bible say about Masturbation? The Bible does not discuss masturbation explicitly or mention whether or not it is a sin. However, there are some verses which have been interpreted to be referencing masturbation implicitly. The scripture quote most commonly associated with masturbation is the tale of Onan in Genesis 38:9–10. Some explain this passage ...
Thus says the Lord: “For three transgressions of Damascus, and for four, I will not revoke the punishment, because they have threshed Gilead with threshing sledges of iron. So I will send a fire upon the house of Hazael, and it shall devour the strongholds of Ben-hadad.
The Bible may not use the word "masturbate" but it has plenty to say about purity, sexuality, virtue, self control, and godliness. Becoming dependent on sexual "toys" at such a young age is going to set you up for a lifetime of dependency on them.
The Bible does not give sexual specifics but categories which Christians are to live within. They are the same for the unmarried as they are for the married couple: All sexual pleasure without your spouse is wrong. And all sexual pleasure with your spouse is right. Knowing the Bible Does Say Masturbation Is a Sin Stops All the Confusion
The Bible says that “Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral" (Hebrews 13:4). Scripture never says what a husband and wife are or are not allowed to do sexually.
But to come to your question, the Bible never directly addresses the subject of masturbation. So we have to be careful about laying down hard rules around this issue — or claiming to know the mind of God (though Scripture does address behaviors often related to masturbation).
And the Bible strongly condemns rape, as well (Deuteronomy 22:25-27). So, clearly, the Bible condemns sodomy in the sense of male homosexual rape. The more difficult question is whether the Bible condemns all anal sex. Ultimately, our answer is the same as our answer for “What does the Bible say about oral sex?
While the Bible does not speak to this, science has shown that all sex is not alike and intercourse has an effect on our bodies, minds, and emotions (and we believe our spirits) that no other sex act can match. 1. On the other end of the spectrum, there are those who say it’s a sin for a couple to do anything other than have intercourse.
The only limitation the Bible states is that it must remain between the two. It doesn’t say anal isn’t approved, it talks about homosexual sodomy and disapproves, however if it’s between a man and his wife, then it’s not defiled, same goes with oral.