Christian discussion groups on dating relationships
Is it wrong for a couple to live together before they are married? Does God have one specific person for you to marry? Can/should a Christian who is a virgin marry someone who is not a virgin? What should I do if I cannot decide who I should be dating? Why is living together before marriage considered living in sin?
How young is too young to be in a romantic relationship? Is it possible to love a person without liking that person? What are valid reasons for breaking up with a boyfriend/girlfriend?
According to Genesis, a man will leave home to marry one woman to become one flesh.
You do not need to date a lot of people – just the right one. The word “love” is thrown around with little thought. We live for God’s love first and foremost, but we also live for the love of others.
If an unmarried couple has sex, are they married in God's eyes?
Should a married person have a close friend of the opposite sex?
However, Christian teens can get some idea of God’s expectations from certain Scripture verses: 1 Corinthians 13:4-7: “Love is patient, love is kind.
It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.
You see certain “role models” jumping from one dating relationship to another.You should check your potential boyfriend against the values listed in 1 Corinthians. Go through the characteristics to measure your relationship.Ask yourself if the two of you are patient and kind to one another. The Bible seriously warns us about dating non-Christians. Is it wrong for a Christian to have a roommate of the opposite sex? How should a Christian act toward a friend who comes out of the closet (as gay)? Does the Bible truly teach monogamy / monogamous relationships? Is it okay to have premarital sex if you know you are going to marry the person?