But the problem with all of these verses and many others is that they rely on a faulty interpretation of a disputed Greek word: porneia (often rendered as "fornication").
Scholars may be divided on the intended meaning of this word, but the etymology clearly refers to prostitution (just follow the root words in Strong's).
This means that premarital sex is an illogical concept since the thing that consummates a marriage can't exist apart from consummating a marriage.
Some will debate me on this because they're convinced that the Bible does contain prohibitions against premarital sex like 1 Corinthians 6:9, 2 Corinthians , Galatians , and Hebrews 13:4.
Except that in elevating the status of sex, we've accepted culture's lowered status of marriage.
However, the sacred gets obscured by the fact that no Christian would recognize a marriage that isn't recognized by the state.
In other words, we may believe that God ordained marriage, but we only trust the state to authorize it.
Second, not one of them addressed the fact that women have sex drives.
Now, are there great Christian books out there about being a single Christian woman in her late-20s with a strong desire to be married?