Until the Anglican Lambeth Conference in 1930, there was an unbroken and unanimous Christian opposition to artificial birth control. That year the Lambeth Conference declared artificial birth control methods licit in limited situations. We've come a long way in a very short period of time.
The United Church of Christ HIV and AIDS Network announced that it is encouraging condom distribution IN CHURCHES:
Making condoms available at houses of worship and faith-based educational settings provides opportunities to open conversations that can save lives. In this context, condoms become educational tools. Their presence encourages questions and discussions with individuals who are prepared to respond with factual and up-to-date information. Condoms are a sign that people of faith take sexuality seriously as a part of human life and that we endorse all options for preventing HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases.Let me quote:
"Condoms are a sign that people of faith take sexuality seriously . . ."Think about that.