Episode: "Pornography & Marriage, Part 1"

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"Pornography & Marriage, Part 1"
Is it ever okay? Is it considered cheating? Can it cause major damage to your marriage? Who's more likely to view it: the husband or the wife? Can a change in the wife's appearance trigger the desire for it? Is it justifiable if there's a lack of intimacy in the marriage? Can ography be addictive? What does the Bible say about it?

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