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the question is can you take an hiv test if it was not made mandatory?
I have observed that modern Christians have established their own personal spiritual and moral standard and will either ignore or withdraw form a church that preaches different or more profound principles.
Check Naijababe babe’s submission on the thread: Should The Church Have The Right To Demand A HIV Certificate Before Marriage?
Do we have to take our pastors words and instructions on spirituality or do we take the ones that we like (suit us) from different pastors and move along?
I have heard so many people say the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome a.k.a AIDS, is a punishment from God, for people who can't control their sexual urges. What do you think?
I have been a passive follower of the threads on this forum and I must say I am highly impressed with the comments and topics. I have decided to throw in my own topic and it is:
Should the church have the right to demand that about to be wedded couples do a HIV test before getting married in church? This was the topic of a recent debate in a BBC Africa living interactive programme. Sometime last month the Catholic Church in Botswana issued a statement that about to be wedded couples should take a compulsory HIV test before they are allowed to be wedded in church, what is your view?
My view is this: much as I agree with the uncompromising abstinence policy of the church, on this issue I think the catholic authorities in Botswana with all its good intention got it wrong. This policy in my view only goes to stigmatise people living with HIV. Education I think is the key not stigmatization. Don’t get me wrong I am not encouraging people to get married no matter how “blindly in love” without first checking their status.
I believe the decision should be voluntary and consensual. Possible flaws this policy might encounter include the fact that the church has not the means of authenticating the validity of the HIV certificate, what happens if one party tests positive days or even months before marriage. You don’t need a soothsayer to tell you then that one of the parties is positive and in a society like ours where stigmatisation and ignorance is rife one can only imagine how the life of the affected party would be like thereafter.
People should be counselled on the menace of HIV, testing should be voluntary not compulsory! What do you think?
Do you think that there will ever be cure for cancer and hiv?
Why is it that when someone's husband, wife, fiance, fiancee, boyfriend or girlfriend indulges in sex with someone else, the person becomes very angry? Why is it such a big deal?
Here are some factors that came to my mind:
[list][li]Your wife/girlfriend/fiancee could get pregnant for the other person and give birth to a child that is not yours. Note: DNA analysis can be used to determine the paternity of a child.[/li]
[li]Your husband/boyfriend/fiance could father the other woman's child and consume resources that would have been used to take care of the your own children. Once again, we observe that such pregnancies can be prevented using various methods.[/li]
[li]Your partner could contact STDs or the HIV virus and pass them on to you.[/li]
[li]Your partner may spend a significant amount of money on the other person, therefore 'shortening your ration' (I guess this applies more to unfaithful men ...)[li][li]You feel bad because the infidelity implies that your partner is not satisfied with your 'performance'[/li][/list]
Ok, that's all I can think of. It sure seems as if the above 'disadvantages' of sexual infidelity are just too weak ccompared to the indignation that people display when they discover that their partner has been cheating on them ...
Well it buzzes me to hear that two hiv positive person are getting married, it was last night that I heard on the news that two HIV +ve person are getting married and they being joined by a Priest in the Church of God.
All I want from you all is to post ur views on this topic, Do you really think it Godly?,
Scientist, medical experts and other health related workers are working day and nigth for the final solution of HIV/AIDS.
Now, my quetion is: Are they aware of that sickness called stomach ulder?. [A lot of people] suffer [from] it.