Date of Origin : 1567
Function : verb
> to seek the affections of; especially : to seek to win a pledge of marriage.
Many Christians have messed up in the area of romance, but it is never too late to seek purity and honor marriage.
Modern society disregards any absolute standard and leads many young people into relationships that are undefined, unhealthy, or just plain complicated.
Young men and women looking for love amid the relative opinions of popular culture often only find themselves struggling with devastating consequences and the heartache of relationship splits.
Stuart Burgess conveys the importance of upholding Biblical standards and addresses key questions to help the Christian follow God’s design for romance.
- Why abstain from intimate relationships before marriage?
- What should be the aim of courtship?
- When is a person old enough to start courting?
- How should courtship be conducted?
- What about engagement?
Professor Stuart Burgess has lectured worldwide and authored several books on Christian apologetics and on Christian living. He has been the chairman of a university department with over six hundred students, as well as, a church pastor. In both secular and Christian settings, Stuart has seen firsthand the blessings of purity in courtship and the serious problems of going against God’s design for romance.