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Culture Challenge of the Week: The End of Courtship

faithhopecharity Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 8:49 AM
Fine article...very important article. Someone did mention about 25 years too late; unfortunately, it has been going down into the dumps even longer. Once we wake up and not turn on the media (no tv for it is all bad; radio, give it a month before turning it back on and see how bad you think it, no newspaper nor magazines, and especially no movie theatres) then we will see quite a changed for the better society. Enjoy the children! Play! Forget the Super Bowl--it is robbery for those who need it not. Step outside and breathe the clean air (without a phone, without earphones to music). Take a walk and hold someone's hand...listen and enjoy the gift of silence and clear thought--not someone else's. If a parent (cont'd)...

Most parents hope that their children will grow to adulthood and find and marry a good spouse. But it’s becoming increasingly difficult for young adults to date in ways that lay a solid foundation for a strong marriage.

A recent New York Times article, “The End of Courtship,” portrays Millennials as a group bent on “subverting the rules of courtship.” Style columnist Alex Williams begins his article with this real-life scenario: a guy asks a girl out on what she assumes is a date - but instead of showing up, the guy texts her at 10:30pm asking her to...