Biblical view on online dating
In some cultures the thought of dating or courting is out of the question.
I once walked in on one of my office mates in grad school--he was a Christian training for the ministry in Japan.
Parker Janney is a web developer and writer based in Philadelphia.The greater doctrinal point here is that in the pursuit of finding a spouse, we must be mindful two things: (1) that we are mindful of God's revealed will in the moral law--we should not violate it in word, thought, or deed; and (2) Christian liberty--where God has spoken, we are bound, but where he has not spoken we are free. This means that godly Christians may differ in how they live their lives, but it doesn't mean that one is holier than another because she dates and doesn't court.We should also note that in its collective history, the church has never addressed the issue in its creeds or confessions about how to find a spouse.Supposedly Woman-Honoring and Pro-Marriage Focus On the Family Group Wants Wives to Blame Themselves If or When Their Husbands Commit Adultery – Re: Book: ‘How God Used the Other Woman,’ by Tina Konkin I have some new developments in my personal life that have kept me busy the last month or two, which is why I’ve not been blogging as often.During this time, I do recall seeing comments on other people’s blogs and on Twitter, about some idiotic, sexist, stupid book that “Focus On The Family” was recommending or selling.