It didn't matter to me at first, but I think all along at the back of my mind, I knew it would be an issue someday.And sure enough, after awhile, I decided I couldn't go on with it anymore, because it was "wrong".Type the word “dating” into your bible search tool and what comes up? When I was single, I remember wishing there was an entire book of the bible dedicated to the topic, or at least even a chapter.But though Scriptures are filled with foundational life-changing truths, there are still some topics that are left untouched when it comes to finding a biblical perspective.
Having grown weary and impatient, I want to snap and say, “It won't work, not in the long run.In fact, I have to chuckle to myself whenever someone asks me to give a “biblical” perspective on dating.Not only is there nothing said about the topic, but the concept of dating didn’t even exist in biblical times.Just spare yourself the heartache and get over it." Keller is entitled to her opinion, just as any of us are.However, a statement like it's "just not possible" is not the basis for a logical argument.
In her article, Keller leans on a handful of shaky verses to assert her straightforward opinion: I want to snap and say, "It won't work, not in the long run.