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“Sexual promiscuity is rampant, even among Christian teens, and many young people receive little or no moral guidance from their parents or support from the culture.
It is characterized by expectations of physical/emotional intimacy without commitment. If either party is no longer gratified, the relationship ends; thus, a cycle of short-term relationship begins and continues.” And she says this couldn’t be further from the truth in courting.
The pro-family leader cites family expert Stacey Mc Donald when contrasting the two: “Dating is random, while courtship is deliberate; in dating, the goal is romance, while with courtship, the goal is marriage; dating leaves the couple unprotected, while courtship protects the young couple; dating is an unnatural setting of perpetual recreation, but courtship creates a natural setting of real life and family; and finally, dating gives the couple rose-colored glasses, but courtship brings in a magnifying glass.” And he argues that the consequences of dating virtually always sell the participants short.
“A person either gets married with embedded memories of past romances or a person stays unmarried, frequently going from relationship to relationship, which tears the hearts of everyone involved,” Thomasson told WND. If you date person after person, you’re training yourself to leave someone when you aren’t happy, which is the same motivation for most divorces.” When it comes to courtship, Thomasson says it brings about something altogether different.
“In light of this, we would suggest that boys and girls under the age of 17 should not be allowed to go out on one-on-one dates,” Daly adds.
“There are simply too many dangers associated with this kind of activity.