Christian teens are faced with conflicting advice from parents, friends, pastors, Bible experts, and more.Jeremy Clark takes a Biblical perspective to promote a healthy discussion about dating.They use their insights into the way Christian teens think to provide advice that teens can relate to and use in their everyday dating lives.

It also discusses the importance of being friends before dating and the difference between love and lust, which can be a confusing thing in the teen years.

Not just a book that tells teens what to do, but instead this is a journal that helps Christian teens sort through their complex relationships with wisdom and support from the authors.

Bringing a fresh approach to dating relationships, Eric and Leslie Ludy tell their story and show how true love can bring satisfying fulfillment and romance to Christian teens that are faced with the cheap, sensual passion promoted by the world around them.

They offer tools to build a God-honoring relationship throughout the book.

Despite the title, this is not a book telling teens not to date.

Instead, Joshua Harris reminds teens about what it's like to have a God perspective when they decide to date.

She candidly discusses her own reluctant journey, deftly avoiding formulas and issuing a compelling invitation to sexual purity.

I don't agree with all of Cloud's advice, and his tone can be a bit flippant, but he acknowledges the seldom-addressed dating drought in Christian circles.

The book encourages teens to develop good habits so they can develop a healthy relationship with members of the opposite sex. "Top Dating and Relationship Advice Books for Christian Teens." Thought Co.

It looks at the frustration inherent in most people's dating journey.

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