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God gives us clear sexual boundaries to guide marriage relationships (sex is required), neighbor relationships (sex is forbidden) and family relationships (sex is forbidden).The authors want dating couples to understand that until they are married, their relationship to the person they are pursuing is a neighbor relationship in which any sexual activity or even the awakening of sexual desire is inappropriate.
They consciously refrain from sexual and overtly romantic activity and don’t become naively optimistic about the commitment level of their friendship.The numbers were suddenly not looking nearly so good.This is one of those areas where contemporary Christians so often do very poorly and this is exactly why there have been so many recent books on dating, courtship, purity and all the rest.It’s a pretty good number of friends, family, and fellow church members.Then we thought about how many of them maintained healthy and God-glorifying physical boundaries and how many had confessed that they had not.Even more foundationally, the authors want the Christian to understand that the marriage relationship, and sex within marriage, has been given by God for the specific purpose of serving “as a living witness of the spiritual oneness between Christ and the church.” When we get marriage wrong, and when we tear sex and sexual activity from marriage, we serve as a false image of the very thing we are meant to model.
“We tend to believe that God’s commands are given to us merely for our own sake. As those created in the image of God, our very nature as image bearers explains the reasons behind God’s commands.
If you are single or care about someone who is, you really should read this book.
can use the book for your own sex talk ideas — they’ll think you are brilliant!
I also share every effective social technique I’ve ever learned – so, things like approaching a woman, flirting, connecting, getting the phone number etc.
This is a very controversial book, but absolutely brilliantly researched and presented.
But recently a local pastor told me that as he pastors young adults toward marriage, he has been helped by Hiestand and Thomas call their approach to relationships “a fresh approach” and this is an accurate way of describing it.