I found this chapter a great reminder how sometimes we are unaware but people around us can tell by looking at a relationship.
This is very difficult to do, but we must keep this in mind, and at least be aware when we situations become temptations.
It also includes healthy challenges to today's cultural assumptions about relationships and provides solid, biblical alternatives to society's norms. I think this book is a good choice for someone who wants to enjoy his/her singleness in God, and not worrying about it while we keep serving God as Christians. I have learned a great deal from the book thus far about the importance of finding contentment in singleness and purpose in Christ. Made me really see what the Lord talks about love in the scriptures is the same as dating and loving. Society doesn't see that they are the same, Love is something God gives us and if we don't accept that love, how can we love others. C., in Gaithersburg, Maryland, where he's a pastor at Covenant Life Church.
It reminded me of the work I am set out to do, and the potential I can fulfil, and really do not need to obsess or over think about relationships until I am ready!Ok, maybe this book is life-changing for someone else but definitely not for me. Each January he leads a national conference for singles called New Attitude.“Just because lips have met doesn't mean hearts have joined.As a proud agnostic, I usually shy away from religious stuff for the sake of my peace of mind but still, the bookworm in me cannot snob a decent book even if I'm not entirely sold on the topic. And just because two bodies are drawn to each other doesn't mean two people are right for each other.Many people see marriage as this happy eternal bliss, but it isn't.I was given this book a couple years ago and read it once then.He was a virgin who had been home-schooled his whole life—an unusual profile for the author of a book proposing “a new attitude toward romance and relationships,” as the subtitle put it.