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Unnecessary Complications: Christian Dating in a Modern World

Narrated by: Adam Verner
Length: 5 hrs and 18 mins
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The entire contemporary millennial Christian culture is dating wrong.  

The Bible doesn't expressly talk about dating and we take this as a license to start making things up. Most of the time Christian dating looks very similar to the world's way, only with a cross around its neck. The way we date invites pain, baggage, break-ups, and confusion. It is at best unhelpful and at worst harmful. We need to do something different. We need to do something better. We need to rethink the way we think about dating. That's what this book is about.  

This book was written to change a paradigm. This book looks at the way our society dates, identifies how the current paradigm is harmful and shows us a better way. There is a way that will stop us from making finding a spouse harder than it needs to be. There is a way that will make it easier for us to honor God in our pursuit of marriage.

©2018 David Mills (P)2019 David Mills

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Great Start, Unreasonable Ending

This book requires an entire community to read this and accept it as the new standard in order for it to work. Unless you go to a big church, live in a big city or go to a university and are anywhere between 18-24, this will not work. You can still find great advice from this book, but the writer is delusional if he thinks that this is something that would work for the general Christian populace.