Christian dating no physical attraction
Your friend’s thinking mirrors our consumer culture far more than it does the Bible.
God designed marriage for a purpose, several actually.
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One AGW subscriber recently asked this very question.
There is a Christian girl at his church that he really enjoys being around and who seems to like him too.
And all of these purposes: “procreation, remedy against sin, mutual society, help and comfort” are achievable even if physical attraction isn’t the primary driver.
That’s not to say there’s something wrong with pursuing a mate you find attractive.
In Hollywood especially, the end of the emotional high signals the need to move on to a new relationship where the high-octane meter gets to start over. and happiness that follows.” He encourages this process, noting it is “one little part of what Christ meant by saying a thing will not really live unless it first dies.” But in order for that to happen, we need to have realistic expectations, and the awareness that those giddy feelings will ebb.Also, there are physical traits that you look for in a spouse in hopes of passing down to your children.For example, height, athleticism, ethnicity, features, etc.What if all of these godly principles that should be found in a potential spouse are there, but there’s not that inherent, almost primal, “zing-pow” feeling?
I cannot marry a woman who I am not very, very, physically attracted to or else the intimacy will fade later in life.
There certainly was chemistry between Solomon and his bride. And as the saying goes, if all you eat is icing, you’ll get sick.