Christian dating man going through divorce
'This has been a big decision for my wife and I,' Mr Jensen once wrote for Canberra's City News.'The truth is, "marriage" is simply too important...Each year I waited for courtship to start working and for my homeschool friends to start getting married. The whole point of courtship was to have a happy marriage, not a high divorce rate.So I humbled myself and took my grandmother out for dinner to hear why she thought courtship was a bad idea all those years ago.
But here are the elements most conservative communities have in common: My grandmother grew up in a marginally Christian community.'It has always been understood to be that exclusive relationship where one man and one woman become "one flesh".'Any attempt to change the definition of marriage by law is not something in which we are able to partake.' Despite his fame, Mr Jensen - who previously worked for the Australian Christian Lobby - was not on the front lines of the No campaign.When legalisation seemed much more likely in November, Mr Jensen said he would wait to see the letter of the law before making a decision (pictured are MP celebrating the passing of the Marriage Amendment Bill)'Our situation is a bit of a unique one from the rest of the No campaigners,'he said.'In part, we're affected if there is a bit of a change in law - I haven't been out there on the front line campaigning.'In his 2015 piece, Mr Jensen said he and his wife - 'the only woman I have ever loved' - will still live together and call each other 'husband and wife' - in the 'eyes of God'.When I was a teenager, my friends started reading this new book called I Kissed Dating Goodbye. After reading it myself, I grew into as big an opponent of dating as you could find.Dating was evil and Courtship, whatever it was, was godly, good and Biblical.