Many visitors to "my space" tell me it feels like a living room.
"Good thing," I reply, "because this is where I live much of my life." The walls of my office allow me to define how I am different from my associates, whose offices are down the hall from mine.
Besides defining us, walls keep others out of our space when needed. I know about your spiritual beliefs and values about things. So, I don't want you trying to make me just like you.Many wanted to know, did I really mean no physical intimacy? Isn't it sex outside of marriage that Scripture explicitly prohibits?How can you say definitively that other things are wrong? Shouldn't our physical relationship "progress" as other aspects of our relationship deepen? I understand most physical stuff is wrong, but what about just kissing? With respect to pre-marital, romantically oriented kissing, we're clearly talking about an area about which reasonable believers can (and do) disagree.You naturally want to make your relationship better. Christians have many misunderstandings about Scripture. These include inaccurate beliefs about submission, forgiveness, rights, boundaries, love, tolerance, self-care, giving, perseverance, confrontation, and turning the other cheek.You need Christian relationship advice to correct these misconceptions so you can respond wisely to your many relationship dilemmas.