I certainly agree with the inerrancy of Scripture, but that's not what I'm talking about here.The doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture assumes inerrancy but then goes a step further.
Biblical dating tends to be complementarian God has created men and women differently and has ordained each of these spiritual equals to play different and valuable roles in the church and in the family.
We will look at a number of passages over the course of our discussions that support various aspects of biblical dating, but for the moment, let me just give you some references to study:.
We may basically define modern dating as a method of introduction and carrying out of a pre-marital relationship between a single man and a single woman:.
Modern dating philosophy assumes that there will be several intimate romantic relationships in a person's life before marriage.
In fact, it advocates "playing the field" in order to determine "what one wants" in a mate.
Now, the biblical support for the modern approach to dating The very idea of extended romantic or sexual involvement outside of marriage doesn't even appear in Scripture unless it is described as illicit sinful.