We’ve got to get off this penchant for thinking that if something is true or right, it will automatically be better in our experience. That is a theology of glory. That is a prosperity gospel. That is Christians trying to justify themselves before the world by claiming that God’s Kingdom always advertises itself by visible proofs.
In other words, stop trying to defend the faith by saying silly things like it leads to better sex.
Chaplain Mike breaks it down over on Internet Monk.