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How Many Christians View Porn? A Lot, Actually

Last Updated: December 23, 2015

Luke Gilkerson

Luke Gilkerson has a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and an MA in Religion. He is the author of Coming Clean: Overcoming Lust Through Biblical Accountability and The Talk: 7 Lessons to Introduce Your Child to Biblical Sexuality. Luke and his wife Trisha blog at IntoxicatedOnLife.com

Today, one can easily say that porn has become the norm—even among churchgoers.

A recent survey found among Christian men…

  • 64% admit that they view pornography at least monthly.
  • 77% of Millennial men (18-30 years old) view porn at least monthly.
  • Among Millennial men, 36% say they view porn daily.

The same survey looked at women…

  • 33% said they view porn at least a few times a year.
  • 15% said they view it at least once a month.

Interestingly, despite the fact that the frequency of porn use is comparable to other men in America, Christian men are actually more likely to say they feel “addicted” to pornography.

To get more 250 more pornography statistics, complete with original references and sources, go to covenanteyes.com/pornstats to download the complete report for free.

  • Comments on: How Many Christians View Porn? A Lot, Actually
    1. Reality on

      Of course Christians view porn. Christianity is actually dying in America and so is marriage. The statistics show this quite clearly. Christianity made everything unrealistically evil and provided no real relief. It is just an endless amount of praying and every generation has its witch hunts. Porn is the witch hunt for this generation. When things go great, it is God’s will and when they go bad, apparently God isn’t responsible for that. Lot’s of people are struggling and churches are providing no real answers.

      We kids ourselves in this world. You know what increases your chances for love? A huge bank book. You have money and you can get a woman. All women are about money. Nice guy? Poor? Good luck because the real world is not like some made up movie where the sweet guy gets the hot girl. Women are also out of control in our society and the constant barrage of vain selfies should show us that. But do we address a woman’s responsibility in our society and telling them to stop being so vain and using sex to get what they want? Nope. No we don’t. We only address one side of the equation. Men are evil. Women are good. It is a path that will not change anything. Because you can tell a guy not to lust but then right around the corner is some woman sending a bikini picture or nude picture or using sex.

      We never hold women accountable and until we do. Nothing changes. When was the last time you wrote an article on how women should not be so vain with selfies? Where women should not tempt? You won’t because you will cower to feminism because we simply cannot tell it like it is when it comes to women.

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      • Luke Gilkerson on

        Hello again, Reality.

        I’ve responded to a similar comment you left here. Please reply.

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