I forgot the verse and chapter in the bible but its where a man lays down with his dead brothers wife. Many say that the sin was not laying down with his brothers wife but the act of spilling his seed. If I understand this correctly if the man layed down with his brothers wife to bring forward new life than there would be no sin, but the sin was the man had lust for his dead brothers wife and had no attention of making babies, when that time came he stopped and spilt his seed.
My first question is was the sin spilling the seed? Or the reason for doing this act? i.e. lustful act of sex
If he was married to this woman and wanted to enjoy the act of love with his wife, would it be a sin for him to spill his seed? ie not finishing the act of love?
My challenge is this sex is two fold, it is the process that we procreate and in the same act it is love between a man and a wife. So how do we unite the two and how do we seperate the two?
To my understanding it is a sin to use contraception because within the love act we have to be open to life and we cannot have something unnatural preventing this outcome, now NFP is a natural process that will allow us to decide when to pursue procreation, it is a natural process that each woman goes through.
I have read and researched the history of contraception from the Church view point and from the bible and I fully support the Catholic Churches take on this issue, I hope to gain further insight on this topic and a few topic points to the questions I have asked above.