A quick Google search on this question online is likely to yield a plethora of responses, but for popular theologian and Baptist preacher John Piper, the answer to that question should depend on a number of factors. In a recent discussion of the question on the th episode of Ask Pastor John , the first consideration that comes into play when answering this question says Piper is that oral sex should be done within the confines of marriage. And we know this because even married couples are wondering if they should go there. It is as if it is a stage of intimacy that may not even be proper for married people," explained Piper. He then listed four reasons why oral sex would be wrong in a marriage and expounded on each reason. He noted that oral sex would be wrong if:
What does the Bible say about sex before marriage?
Is Oral Sex OK for Christian Couples? It Depends Says Pastor John Piper
Is oral sex biblically wrong within marriage? Our question is in the area of oral sex. Is it scripturally wrong for married couples? There is no biblical evidence that it is a sin against God for a husband and wife to express love for each other in this way. Even the book of Leviticus, which mentions many Old Testament sex-related prohibitions and rules for the Israelites, never mentions it. We see no reason to believe that expressing affection for one's mate in this way is forbidden or would necessarily harm one's walk with God. We are aware that some have tried to make a biblical issue out of what parts of the body a married couple can and cannot kiss.