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It's simply impossible for me to address all of the fantastic individual questions and comments we've received, but know that we will do our very best to incorporate as many as possible into the columns themselves and the blog discussions that follow. Quite a few of you asked questions or made comments about my statement in Biblical Dating, an Introduction that "Biblical dating assumes NO physical intimacy" outside of marriage.

Many wanted to know, did I really mean no physical intimacy? Isn't it sex outside of marriage that Scripture explicitly prohibits?

You can’t run away from prickly conversations – for long.

In addition to what all of you saw on the blog, I have received dozens of questions and comments in e-mails, which I and the folks at Boundless have culled through to see what the most pressing questions seem to be.

If you are consistently, verbally affirming people, then . (If you have difficulty remembering what you complain about most often, I suggest that you ask your spouse.

Chances are they will know.) • What do you request of your spouse most often? ” you are asking for (Your answer to these three questions will likely reveal your primary love language.) One husband told me that he discovered his love language by simply following the process of elimination.

As a dating or engaged couple, conversation probably comes easily. Just about anything that is, except ugly disagreements.

This doesn’t change much in marriage except there are more things to disagree about.