Later, he does similar biblical exposition to show what men ought to be in order to be prepared for marriage and how a daughter should be brought up so that she can be ready to be taken as someone's wife.
The author of a logic textbook, Wilson's argumentation seems impregnable.
From the start, Wilson is relevant, exploring the dating system from the inside out indicating where the dangers lie:"Consider how our system works. Either they like each other or they don't, and both possibilities bring problems in their train. ' And of course, if one is interested in staying together and the other one isn't, the possibilities for emotional snarls and interesting complications are almost endless."This is only a small piece of Wilson's critique of dating.
His name is Michael Lyman, but I called him Mike the Bookstore Calvinist, because he would stock the shelves with mostly reformed fare and always make an effort to steer me in that direction when I wandered in.
I had met a young devoted christian woman (who also happened to be gorgeous) while Read this the month before I began courting my now-wife-of-six-years.
I had met a young devoted christian woman (who also happened to be gorgeous) while we both served at our churches's coffeeshop, and after serving with her for about four months time and praying about the possibilities for three and a half, I got what I believe to have been the divine communication "If you don't ask her someone else will".
So naturally I decided to do the preliminary reading on the "courtship" thing ASAP.
If you think you heard the word "marriage" on the radio one time, read this book.