Do catholics disapprove of birth control?
Totally YES due to the following biblical reasons: The Lord commanded Adam and Eve to “be fruitful and multiply” (Genesis 1:28) indicating that he wanted them to give themselves to each other in order to allow him to bring about new life. God’s command had to do with the reproductive aspect of sex, with the physical pleasure being a wonderful accompanying gift; to deny God his right to create new life out of a selfish desire for mere physical gratification is a serious sin. In fact, God slew Onan for committing this very sin (Genesis 38:6-10). Ananias and his wife Sapphira were struck down for committing the same type of sin, what St. Peter called lying to God (Acts 5:1-11); artificial birth control forces those who practice it to do just that. Before 1930, every Christian Church condemned artificial birth control as objectively evil. The Episcopalian Church was the first to relax sanctions against it, and since then every Protestant denomination has allowed it. The connection between