Secular view on dating and mating
In today’s world love means sex, and if you’re not sexy then you can’t possibly find the love you are searching for.
So the world puts all of there focus completely on things like age, physical beauty, body shape, status symbols, and sex which only focus on the outward appearance.
Biblical View Brandon Gilford L22164457 Liberty University PSYC 101-D02 LUO Introduction How do you find your perfect match? And when you meet that someone, how do you know you've made the right choice?
These are questions we all ask at some point in our life during the dating and mating process.
There are many different views and answers to these questions, but in this paper I want to focus on the secular world views and the biblical views and how both views contradict each other.
The Secular View on Dating and Mating Popular or mass culture (including advertising and self-help books) is the most obvious and direct influence on the attitudes associated with the pursuit of romantic relationships (Paul Hollander, Expert Advice on Dating and Mating, p.1) Romance today is now filtered through a media that says marriage is a joke, gay marriages are considered normal, and divorce is your way out.
More and more people, each generation seek dating, rather than seek long term relationships, because of lack of commitment, fear of taking a risk, and pressure to fit in with society (
Courting is being in a committed relationship with the intentions of marriage.
You will also see girls advertising themselves by wearing skimpy and short clothing just to receive male attention.