From courting to dating
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Laying a solid foundation in this area is a parental reponsibility, but the church has a responsibility to hold the family accountable to the Word of God.
Our attitude to dating is not so much a matter of church policy but a matter of family government.
The ultimate reason for dating is to find a spouse.
Once you’ve found someone to marry and you get married, you no longer engage in dating.
The people involved were supposed to be modest and proper. Letters could be exchanged and the young people would be chaperoned when they were allowed to spend time together.
In nature, even animals court each other before mating.