Theology of dating

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During our years speaking at various Christian conferences, my husband has received numerous requests from parents for his “famous” courtship questions.However, he has been hesitant to make them available, since it is easy for people to want a formula for courtship.One thing I’d like to point out before you read these questions is that we haven’t used this list in its entirety for all of the young men who have called on our daughters.It is a compilation of all the things we thought would be helpful to our daughters in making a decision of whether or not to move forward in a courtship.JSTOR archival journal collections include more than two thousand journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.All issues, from volume 1, issue 1, are provided for every journal up to the moving wall, including all previous and related titles.Copyright © 2002-2014, Please note: Comment moderation is currently enabled so there will be a delay between when you post your comment and when it shows up.Patience is a virtue; there is no need to re-submit your comment.

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In fact, our daughters have also filled out the questions, upon the request of certain suitors.

This doesn’t mean that certain questions won’t be “deal breakers.” Obviously, if you discover the young man is not a Christian, it would be sinful to proceed toward marriage (2 Cor. Remember, these questions are meant to help everyone get to know one another.

One of our daughters and now-son-in-law (Ben and Tiffany) spent hours each evening by the fire discussing the questions. These are special times – you want special memories!

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