Though the Bible does not specifically list down a set of Christian dating rules, there are various guidelines given for us that will help us in the same The primary question 'should you date in the first place? The simple reason being, there is no information about dating or not dating in the Bible.
Dating is a cultural concept and if your culture accepts dating, then it's not such a big issue.
It's very simple, do we allow the world, the media, the people around us, etc.
to tell us by what standards we are to live or do we allow the Holy Bible to guide us?
This article provides three foundational Christian dating tips or rules that will help take decisions while considering dating. Most of the dating concepts that have been formed in our minds is by what we see in the movies, talk shows, soaps, etc.
If you aren’t ready for marriage, or if you do not want to get married, you are not sinning. Romans 12:2 says, "Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. However, it's up to us to choose to be squeezed into the world's mold.It means dating someone who meets the values and goals you have for a future spouse (more on that later). Casual or purposeless dating has no benefit for Christians. We are designed to know why we do stuff and where we are going. Now, please, please, please don’t be a freakish weirdo. It involves sharing personal struggles and vulnerability. If you believe God is preparing you for foreign missions, is it important the person you marry shares this passion? If you love the Cowboys and your future spouse loves the Packers, is it important to work through this before marriage?