between men and women who are not romantically involved are OK.
I'll start by putting my position right on the line: kissing is OK.The game changes when two people are romantically involved or "semi-involved" (a fascinating phrase I recently heard). Before you start throwing things at your computer, let's go to Scripture.It is certainly true that no passage of Scripture says — in so many words, at least — "thou shalt not kiss before marriage." Having said that, I submit that there is a strong argument to be made from Scripture that there is sexual relationship outside of marriage.Even there, however, God is clear that sex is "Do not arouse or awaken love before it so desires." (Song of Songs 2:7).The orthodox interpretation of the book suggests both that an actual sexual relationship is part of what the narrative relays and a context (at the time of the sexual part of the relationship) of marriage.You can find out more about your valuation, including the details we have for your property using the VOA’s rating list application.We will continue to alter rating assessments if new information comes to light indicating the valuation is inaccurate.So marriage is a unique relationship, and the good gift of sex is not only allowed but commanded within that relationship.Still, the overwhelming majority of believers will only share that relationship with one person in their entire lives.God instituted sex within marriage as part of His design of the family (Genesis ).In 1 Corinthians 7:3 and following, Paul says once we are married, our bodies literally belong to our spouse; he also instructs spouses to meet one another's sexual needs and to be together regularly so as to protect ourselves from falling into ungodly lust and extramarital sexual activity.