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  • ISBN: 978-1930133051
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 95
  • Publisher: Grace And Truth Books

Courtship and Dating: So What’s the Difference? (Dennis Gundersen)

  • Author: Dennis Gundersen

$8.50 $6.75

Considered by many the most sensible and Biblical book on courtship in print. Chapters on the right role of parents in their children’s choices; on relationships for the purpose of service rather than mere entertainment; on guarded moral protection and accountability rather than total freedom; on the benefits of waiting for one partner rather than being a “serial dater”. And much more.

Includes these supplemental chapters:
* Martin Luther: On Parents and Their Children’s Marriages
* Mary Mohler: Modeling Modesty
* Tamika Burns: Modesty, the Best Policy
* Kim Shay: Some Observations on Courtship
* Martin Bucer: Marriage Without the Consent of Parents

“When someone asks me about materials on courtship, my first recommendation is Dennis Gundersen’s. It is a well-reasoned and well-balanced approach which gets the reader thinking in all the right directions.” — Harvey Bluedorn, Trivium Pursuit

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Considered by many the most sensible and Biblical book on courtship in print. Chapters on the right role of parents in their children’s choices; on relationships for the purpose of service rather than mere entertainment; on guarded moral protection and accountability rather than total freedom; on the benefits of waiting for one partner rather than being a “serial dater”. And much more.

Includes these supplemental chapters:
* Martin Luther: On Parents and Their Children’s Marriages
* Mary Mohler: Modeling Modesty
* Tamika Burns: Modesty, the Best Policy
* Kim Shay: Some Observations on Courtship
* Martin Bucer: Marriage Without the Consent of Parents

“When someone asks me about materials on courtship, my first recommendation is Dennis Gundersen’s. It is a well-reasoned and well-balanced approach which gets the reader thinking in all the right directions.” — Harvey Bluedorn, Trivium Pursuit

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