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" data-medium-file="https:// Friend-729x410-300x169.png" data-large-file="https:// Friend-729x410.png" /When it comes to dating, “stop looking” is not bad advice, but very good advice." data-medium-file="https:// Friend-729x410-300x169.png" data-large-file="https:// Friend-729x410.png" src=" Friend-729x410.png" alt="When it comes to dating, "stop looking" is not bad advice, but very good advice." width="729" height="410" class="size-full wp-image-3424" srcset="https:// Friend-729x410729w, https:// Friend-729x410-150x84150w, https:// Friend-729x410-300x169300w, https:// Friend-729x410-200x112200w, https:// Friend-729x410-652x367652w, https:// Friend-729x410-400x225400w, https:// Friend-729x410-430x242430w, https:// Friend-729x410-100x56100w" sizes="(max-width: 729px) 100vw, 729px" / RELEVANT published an online article recently outlining the top five “horrible” dating advices.Although I might challenge a few things, for instance, when you promise that the women will start a casual dating journey with them. In the same spirit, of trying to remove the pressures upon men who want to ask out a girl, can we please address the picture chosen to promote the article? Here are a few of my thoughts, taken from the picture alone… After looking at this image, what does it say to men who are contemplating asking a girl out on a casual date? Guys lack confidence because they don’t fit the image. I don’t peg my pants (Wow, anyone else surprised that style has returned?(I am pretty sure that Joshua Harris impacted both Christian men and women.) I am also not a fan of the closing words, because I don’t think that men should be shamed or stripped of manhood because they are not confident around women. I saw you live in Orlando, so being from Minnesota, please allow me to come to you. ) I don’t have a cool beard and curly locks of hair. Our use of nice images that makes us appear relevant, can also set standards which are unrealistic.The article in Relevant magazine, entitled “(Almost) Everyone’s Doing It,” cited several studies examining the sexual activity of single Christians.One of the biggest surprises was a December 2009 study, conducted by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, which included information on sexual activity.“You know,” they’ll muse, “I met [insert spouse’s name] when I least expected it. ” There is certainly a lot of merit in not acting out of desperation and taking seasons off from dating.

In a letter to a new group of believers, Paul is addressing their questions of what’s okay and not okay for them to partake in as believers in Christ.

Movements such as “True Love Waits,” encourage teens to wear purity rings, sign virginity pledges and pledge chastity during public ceremonies.

Yet many of these Christian youths eventually abandon their purity pledges, Relevant’s Tyler Charles concludes in the article.

While the study’s primary report did not explore religion, some additional analysis focusing on sexual activity and religious identification yielded this result: 80 percent of unmarried evangelical young adults (18 to 29) said that they have had sex - slightly less than 88 percent of unmarried adults, according to the teen pregnancy prevention organization.

The article highlights what challenges abstinence movements face.

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