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But we haven't done a great job at giving young people a theology of love and marriage and sex and the rest, a way to think about this from God's vantage point. Hollywood has done the exact opposite. It's propaganda is loud and ubiquitous. It screams at us everywhere we go. So the church has got to step up, tackle the hard questions and help people to think about marriage and sex from the scriptures, and in line with Jesus' vision for human flourishing.
My prayer is that Loveology is a voice into a much larger conversation. How do you think parents can benefit from Loveology? This generation is asking why questions, a lot of why questions. Parents need to do more than tell their kids where they can and can't have sex. They need to pass on a worldview that's shaped by Jesus and the biblical authors It needs to be compelling, thought through and rooted in the scriptures and the teachings of Jesus.
Hopefully, Loveology can and will help parents lead their kids into the way of Jesus and His Kingdom. What would you say to young people about dating? For starters, you have all sorts of freedom. The scriptures don't say a thing about dating. The practice is less than years old, and the scriptures were written thousands of years ago. If you want to talk about what's "biblical", it's arranged marriage. Aside from a few overprotective parents, I don't think anybody wants to go back to that!
So you have all sorts of freedom in how you go about the journey from "hello" to "man and wife". That said, when I read the love stories in the Old Testament and the Song of Songs, I do see some marks of a healthy relationship pre-marriage.
In the book, I list four… The dance — This idea of a man calling a woman out, risking rejection, and leading the way into a romantic relationship. And the woman creating a safe place for him to lead. The line — This whole idea of "Don't arouse or awaken love until it so pleases. The friends — Involve family and friends in your relationship. Let people speak into the whole thing from start to finish.
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The journey to the day — All healthy relationships are either moving towards or away from marriage. Not in an intense, pressure, you need to kiss dating goodbye kind of way, just with a sense of movement. Dating to date is a waste of your heart and your time. You're not looking for a girlfriend or boyfriend; you're looking for a husband or wife.
In Loveologyyou mention how the word love is being over used; i. What affect do you think that is having on society? Well, I think it's cheapening it. It's such a ubiquitous word that it's lost its meaning or at least its biting edge. We need to get back to Jesus' life and death as the template for what love actually is.
If you had to pick one thing, what should every marriage have and why? Marriage isn't the only way to live in community, but it's sure a good one. Friendship is what will be there long after all the feelings and chemistry and beauty and sexuality has gone.