What’s the Harm in Looking at Pornography?

Stephen Arterburn | Author | Updated: Feb 05, 2024

One, it’s betrayal if you’re married. Pornography feels like a bigger betrayal than a real person to some spouses. Two, if you’re using pornography, you’re objectifying women. That can carry over to objectifying all women. Three, pornography damages you. It is all about self-sex and self-absorption. 

Intimacy with your wife and only her makes your marriage and her very special. Don’t seek out images that God never intended for you to see. 

Find more from Stephen Arterburn M.Ed here: https://newlife.com/workshops/every-mans-battle-sexual-integrity-workshop/

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Stephen ArterburnStephen Arterburn from Ranger, Texas is the Founder and Chairman of New Life Ministries, Women of Faith conferences, and host of the syndicated Christian counseling radio program, New Life Live! New Life Live! won National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Radio Program of the Year in 2023. Stephen Arterburn’s first book, Hooked On Life, was published in 1984. He has become a New York Times Bestselling and Award-Winning author with more than 15 million books in print, receiving four ECPA Gold Medallion “Book of the Year” awards for quality and impact. The Every Man’s Battle series won two of those awards and has sold over 4 million copies. Steve has degrees from Baylor University and The University of North Texas as well as two honorary doctorate degrees, including one from The California Graduate School of Theology. Steve resides with his family in Carmel, Indiana.

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