Item description for The Ten Commandments of Dating: Student Edition by Ben Young & Samuel Adams...
Overview For those who have not "kissed dating goodbye," this contemporary guide offers clear-cut rules and upbeat insights on dating, romance, and creating lasting love.
"The 10 Commandments of Dating Student Edition" provides you with ten time-tested relationship laws that protect you from the pitfalls of modern dating and will help you practice good relationship habits for the future. This book gives you practical, no-nonsense advice on how to build positive relationships with the opposite sex. If you keep the T\ten commandments, you will be on the road to making wise dating decisions
Sales of Author's Previous Books:
The 10 Commandments of Dating, 116,000+ units sold
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2004
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785260595 ISBN13 9780785260592
Availability 9 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 30, 2017 09:00.
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More About Ben Young & Samuel Adams
Ben Young, M.Div., leads seminars on how to build successful dating and marriage relationships. Ben is a teaching pastor at the 40,000-member Second Baptist Church in Houston, Texas.
Ben Young currently resides in Houston, in the state of Texas. Ben Young was born in 1971 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong.
Ben Young has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about 10 Commandments Of Dating (Repack)?
Finally, a non-insulting Christian 'dating' book for all! Feb 4, 2002
I've read my share of 'dating' books, most of the time after a relationship has ended in flames (this time was no exception). I've also read a number of 'Christian' advice books about dating, most of which range from the banal (sex is for marriage) to the ridiculous (don't show physical affection ever!), without preaching. I picked this book up in a spate of post-relationship depression and quickly it helped me to identify many of my frequent mistakes.It mentions God, but it doesn't limit the expression 'don't be unevenly yoked' to 'don't date non-Christians'; it includes things along the lines of 'don't be a Mother Theresa in your relationship'. It also identifies one of the mistakes of relationships as being, if you can believe it, 'praying together'--correctly identifying the stupid over-spiritualization of honest to goodness human infatuation that I've seen too often in relationships. (And have been guilty of.)
I read it cover to cover in one sitting at the bookstore. (And wished I had read it *before* I wasted my most recent relationship.) It is also 'worldly' enough to allow me to feel that I can recommend it to any of my friends (Christian or non-Christian).
Solid, time-tested dating advice... Sep 24, 2001
The Bible doesn't specifically say much about how to "date" in the modern sense but it does give boundaries and guidelines for how to select someone and how to build a relationship that, once blessed, will last. This book is great.
Commandments like... "Thou Shalt Get a Life" and "Thou Shalt Not Play House" really emphasize how God's intention for a relationship to begin is totally opposite of what the secular community believes is ok. Getting a life, developing your own character before marriage and not co-habitating before the wedding day are really examples of how God's plan for marriage takes time to build and the "world's" way is rushed and focuses on instant gratification. This book will challenge you to examine your own dating relationships and how you can improve them by going God's way and not the self directed path which almost always fizzles out. Pick it up!!