When it comes to pros and cons of being in a relationship, we can see clearly that you will always have company if you have a beloved one.
He or she will be a good one who you can share your happiness and sadness with you.
The topics he's going to be dealing with are ones in which equally committed Christians have found different biblical interpretations.
My point is that we cannot simply state that the Bible "doesn't mention dating or courtship," and then think we're off the hook to pursue this area of our lives either on the world's terms or however seems best to us without diligent, submissive reference to God's Word.
When you are in the hard time, your partner will always stand by you and that makes you and your lover a tighter love bond.
He is also an attorney who is used to tackling tough questions.
That means our conversation has to be a conversation.
Furthermore, it doesn't even appear in any society, western or otherwise, in any systematic way until the 20th century.
Many want to know how they can go about getting to know someone and eventually getting married without getting hurt or compromising their faith.