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Here is where the Bible is fully in line with both courtship and dating and any other cultural norm.As an expression of love for our neighbors, we are to live within the legal and cultural norms of the society we're in, unless those norms contradict God's direction in His Word.The idea of dating multiple people until you find the one you want to marry is often considered sinful or, at least, undesirable.Needless to say, I've only heard parents talking like this, while their teenage children are happily playing the field.This article compares courtship and dating with the Biblical traditions so we can get a grasp on what we're asking our children to do and what God is asking of us.The Ideal Of Courtship: Recently, someone told me her pastor had said she was ready to begin courting and that she should pray for God to reveal to her who she was to marry.Under the courtship concept, no one "dates" anyone without the agreed-upon intent of marriage.This custom has worked fairly well in underdeveloped countries where education is limited and culture, religion and ethnicity aren't mixed.

The bride and groom could make requests but had no right to decide on their own.She was very excited that he (the pastor) had finally given his permission.She then explained that they did not date, but preferred the Biblical ideal of courtship.Could it be that God, in His wisdom, knew different cultures existed and that things were going to change and so, didn't want to tie His people down?Jesus said the whole Law and Prophets hangs on two commandments...1-love God...2-love your neighbor...1-laws of God...2-laws of society.So, until we find a Scripture that states otherwise, dating and courtship are both valid and approved by God. If you want to take the religious mumbo-jumbo out of Christianity, just get your answers through the Bible.