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The author encourages, challenges, and instructs believers in this comprehensive how-to-date handbook.
He gives practical advice on wisely forming relationships with the opposite sex while still having fun, avoiding unnecessary hurts, making lifelong friends, and knowing "where they are" each step of the way.
As a pastor of a large congregation and former singles pastor, author Chuck Milian has seen firsthand the broken relationships that occur when men and women don't move with proactive care in and through their dating relationships.
With pastoral wisdom and insight, Milian educates readers about defining expectations before they start dating, and he outlines a specific five-step dating plan that will help limit relational damage as they look for someone to share their lives with.
But by far the worst suggestion, is that whilst someone is "dating" a person at level 2 (physical contact) they can also pursue several other people at level 1 (group setting.) I can almost guarantee that no women would sign up to that..just encourages "Christian" men to think it is acceptable to "play the field" and go around making eyes/being over friendly with many girls as they selfishly pursue their own agenda.
There are enough guys doing this already without a Pastors endorsement and of course people (most likely the girls) will get hurt if guys behave like this.
Chuck Milian states the need for discipline in dating, in particular the need for balance in ones feelings, thinking, and behaviour.
From the outset it is clearly a male perspective (although I'm surprised it is a Pastors perspective.) There are many sweeping generalisations that fail to take into account that every person is different and that you cannot put people into boxes.
Dating, finding a mate, sexual purity – these are just a few issues that most people face at some point in their life.
Concomitant with these concerns are a host of other potential issues such as hurt feelings, emotional roller coasters, loneliness, unrealistic expectations, just to name a few.
The detailed analysis of every step of a relationship forming is clinical, cold and unromantic.
Although scripture is quoted throughout I couldn't see much correlation between the content and scripture.
The authors assertion that if everyone follows his "method" no one will get hurt is bold but definitely untrue.