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" Answer: Although the words “courtship” and “dating” are not found in the Bible, we are given some principles that Christians are to go by during the time before marriage.Radovan Karadzic boycotted the first day of his trial at the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague today.Karadzic is accused of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity during the 1992-95 war in the former Yugoslavia.Delaying tactics have also been used in other high-profile UN tribunal cases, including that of former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic.Milosevic died in March 2006 before his trial could be concluded.The Bible tells us that, as Christians, we should not marry an unbeliever (2 Corinthians -15) because this would weaken our relationship with Christ and compromise our morals and standards.
When one is in a committed relationship, whether dating or courting, it is important to remember to love the Lord above all else (Matthew ).
To say or believe that another person is “everything” or the most important thing in one’s life is idolatry, which is sin (Galatians ; Colossians 3:5).
The first is that we must separate from the world's view on dating because God's way contradicts the world's (2 Peter ).
While the world’s view may be to date around as much as we want, the important thing is to discover the character of a person before making any commitment to him or her.
We should find out if the person has been born again in the Spirit of Christ (John 3:3-8) and if he or she shares the same desire toward Christ-likeness (Philippians 2:5).
The ultimate goal of dating or courting is finding a life partner.