This thread is asking about the WAY in which believers should approach the matters of human sexuality either in individual discussions, group discussions, as a teacher to students, or a preacher to congregation. As one teaches/preaches through various Scriptures that actually are rather graphic, is there a time to be just as graphic and explicit, or when reading the passages, move on to another area? Again, this thread is not a discussion of human sexuality, but what methods and what delicacies (relating to the expressions and terms) one takes when addressing the matter(s) to an audience of all ages, and to individuals who come to inquire. For example: When teaching through the 5 books of Moses and approaching such passages as Deuteronomy 22 and 27, Leviticus 18 and 20, how would one suggest that the passages be explained to a congregation of mixed ages, or does one separate out the children, and if so what age? Or do you leave it up to the parents to determine while not knowing just how you are going to discuss these passages or how graphic you will become? Or, perhaps one just blunders along considering that the maturity level will allow or not allow certain levels of communication? Is there danger(s) in discussing or not discussing human sexuality with the congregation or Sunday school? How does one lay out not only the warnings dealing with the negative sides, but encouraging the attributes of the positive side? Again, (for the third time) this thread is NOT about human sexuality, it is about the WAY the topic should be taught, the dangers, the techniques, the audience, and so forth. Please, let us all be careful with this topic, and approach it respectful of the forum rules.