Christian and secular dating
Be warned, however: I am writing about dating, and all the things, both good and bad, it encompasses.The word “dating” often brings out mixed emotions and views.On I wrote an article for The Catholic Weekly that went a little viral.
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The author, Scott Croft, is an elder at an evangelical parish and he argues that although many people may resist the idea, the Bible offers advice for every area of our lives, including dating and marriage.
He points out that common practices like cohabitation, sex before or outside of marriage, adultery, and divorce are all extremely against Biblical guidelines and ideals.
Today, secular marriage is only necessary when a couple wishes to exchange rings, have a ceremony, and join last names- no other reason.
When the couple lives together, sleeps together, and can already have children, what true purpose does marriage hold to a secular couple? Christians must treat dating as a road to marriage.
What used to be the norm – meeting people who shared your faith and a mutual attraction – is no longer the norm. The article was shared, and shared, and shared again.
Although this article is about using the Bible as a guide to dating and looking for a marriage partner (as opposed to popular secular ideas about dating), it brings out some interesting differences between Evangelical Christian reasons for marriage and secular reasons for marriage.
Thousands of unsaved men and women enter sexual relationships with no knowledge of God’s intention for sex within marriage.
Because of this, few realize that sex must be held within marriage, else it inevitably becomes boring to the participants, who eventually break up or divorce.
Secular people treat dating as a means to take, though this appears to be quite confusing, it is easily explained.