13. THE QUESTIONS WAS:  The Early Church condemned the use of contraception as a despicable sin, something that was contrary to natural law. In what century, did the first Christian churches change their minds and decide it was not a sin?

    1. 5th century
    2. 10th century
    3. 15th century
    4. 20th century



THE ANSWER IS…….D….. 20th century


It was not until the 1930s that the Anglican Church of England became the first church to cave and allow it in hardship cases. The other Protestant denominations later followed suit, with hardship cases becoming all cases. Only the Catholic Church has stood firm on the moral truth.


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