What are some Biblical principles for dating?
Jared Belcher, Ben Shoun, Brett Moore, & Jamison Price
As we prepare for the Marriage by Design conference, we decided to turn our attention to what wisdom and guidance the Bible has on the topic of dating. What are some general principles that Scripture provides to Christians as they consider relationships? What is a good age to begin dating, and what is a good reason? The staff of Arrowhead discuss these and other questions in the first of a two week look at relationships.
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