Did I miss something somewhere? Since when do protestants not believe in contraceptives? I mean, like all christians, I don't believe we're supposed to have sex outside of marriage, but where does the bible say anything about not being able to use them in a marriage? And we can't use :it wasn't around then" as an excuse here, because the greeks were using birth control long before the bible was written, and during the time of the NT, the plants which were used to stop a woman from becoming pregnant had not become extinct yet. (They were one of the most commonly trpeoaded plants in the history of the world during that time) It seems to me that the bible is probably intentionally silent about what a married woman and a man can and can not do.