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Some would argue God has a specific person for us, but it is up to us to find them.
Some here would argue that there isn’t anyone specific, that anyone ‘could’ be right, and if two people both happen to like each other THEN God will help them come together.
Being a 20 something single male, I have to be honest and say that the topic of relationships comes to mind on the odd occassion.
This post semi flows on from my previous one but is also inspired by Sarah and her School of Dating posts.
Harris was lead pastor of Covenant Life Church, the founding church of Sovereign Grace Ministries, in Gaithersburg, Maryland from 2004 until 2015.
In 2018, Harris disavowed I Kissed Dating Goodbye and discontinued its publication.
I am not of the opinion that I am in Margs now and will be for the next 20 years…although I do think(and hope) to be here for the majority of that time.
I actually expect to be in Perth for a year or 2 in the future as there are various study options only available in Perth that i am thinking about following up.
But as I cast my eyes around Margaret River…the landscape is virtually barren when it comes to Christian women my age. ’This question is also raised for me on a pragmatic level.
Basically, the question that I wish to pose, respond to and also get your response on is ‘what is your theology on starting dating relationships’.
This is actually quite a broad topic and so, to burrow in a little deeper, the real question I want to ask is what role do you think God plays in bringing 2 people together? This camp basically asserts that God is in supreme control when it comes to bringing 2 people together.
Joshua Eugene Harris (born December 30, 1974 in Dayton, Ohio) is an American author and former pastor.
Harris' book I Kissed Dating Goodbye (1997), in which he laid out his ideas concerning a Biblically-based Christian approach to dating and relationships helped shape purity culture for many Christian millennials.
In this camp most would argue ‘anyone’ who is single is fair game, there is not 1 person specifically for you that you need to find. The argument here is that God wants to partner with us.