During the televised argument, Luke, although not a virgin, told Hannah that he plans to be abstinent until he gets married and how he expected Hannah to follow suit. The former Miss USA went off on the import/export manager and eventually admitted she had already "f--ked" fellow suitor Peter twice in a windmill. (To read more about the drama, click here or watch how it all went down in the clip below.)
Although Luke was, unsurprisingly, sent home, the controversial contestant took the fight to social media, where he attempted to clarify his comments he made to Hannah.
"It hurt my heart that @alabamahannah felt I was shaming her," he captioned a photo of the two on a helicopter ride in Santorini.
"In our conversation my heart was never to judge or condemn Hannah," he continued. "I was simply making a decision for myself on what I expected in our relationship, our conversations and our beliefs led me to believe we were on the same page about sex. For me it was never about getting a rose, it was always about finding a wife who would choose me everyday just as I would choose her everyday."
"As for my time on the show I made mistakes and no I'm not perfect (crazy right)," Luke added. "I didn't totally behave as the man I want to be and I did not represent Christ the way I thought I was prepared to and that has broken me."
"This journey has taught me so much and for that I am grateful but the greatest gift I have received is a compassion for those who love the world and it's ways," Luke concluded. "My desire is to put the Father first above all things and share the truth that he has given to us all. Thank you everyone for the prayers always remember speak truth and rid yourself of all hate, let compassion drive your words. Stay tuned. #faithfuloverfamous"
Luke then continued the fight on Twitter. "The difference in how we view sin is seen in the response," he tweeted. "I'm weeping at mine and you're laughing at yours. All sin stings. My heart hurts for us both."
Hannah then chimed in on the action and clapped back, "@luke_parker777 time and time again Jesus loved and ate with 'sinners' who laughed. and time and time again he rebuked 'saints' that judged. where do you fall Luke?"
Luke replied, "There is a difference between eating with sinners who laugh and sinners who laugh at their sin. Sin is the very thing that put Jesus on the cross and that's not a laughing matter."
Hannah hit back, "i have never said that i find sin funny. i'm not going to [get] lectured on appropriate emotional responses by a guy who threw deli meat in a guys lap."
"@luke_parker777 the devil wants to shame sin," she added. "God dealt with shame when he dealt with sin, so i will not allow someone who comes in the name of God to bring me something that God has taken off me."
Luke then ended the conversation. "Your tweets about the windmill and wood were enough, it's not about the action it's about the response," he tweeted. "If you want to talk about it, you know how to get ahold of me."
See all of the tweets below.
@AlabamaHannah The difference in how we view sin is seen in the response, I'm weeping at mine and you're laughing at yours. All sin stings. My heart hurts for both of us.
@AlabamaHannah There is a difference between eating with sinners who laugh and sinners who laugh at their sin. Sin is the very thing that put Jesus on the cross and that's not a laughing matter. https://t.co/cU1YlEgeFB