In this series of articles, I've raised several biblical principles regarding the way we should treat our brothers and sisters in Christ.First Thessalonians 4:1-8 admonishes us not to wrong or "defraud" our brother or sister by implying a marital level of commitment (through sexual involvement) when it does not exist.More specifically, verse 10 reminds us that "[l]ove does no harm to its neighbor." Romans 14:1-15:7 offers a discourse on favoring weaker brothers and sisters above ourselves, valuing and encouraging that which is good in the souls of others.Bottom line: I believe it is difficult and rare — as a practical matter — to honor these principles in the context of a close, intimate friendship between two single Christians of the opposite sex.She has also appeared on "Glee" as Isabelle Wright, a Vogue executive who mentors Kurt and currently stars in the HBO drama "Divorce." Kim Cattrall's Samantha Jones arguably put the "Sex" in the show's title.
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