But every once in a while there comes a movie which, firstly never lets you take your eyes off the screen for the full length of its feature and secondly,makes you want to watch it over and over again without boring you.

It seems to be working and I am having fun dating just as friends and really getting to know someone without the pressure of getting physical.

If the guy does not believe in these moral principles then he is not worth my time.

The class grew from 5 to 15 after the first lesson. Some teachers may want to teach boys separate from the girls. There's no question, though, that the advice is solid and should be followed.

You can't argue that saving sex for marriage, not living together before marriage, not being unequally yoked, taking it slow, using your brain, etc. The book clearly benefited from having a clinical psychologist (Adams) as a co-author, and both authors proved their case, through numerous examples, that they knew what they were talking about from experience.

Even though the author Ben Young is a Christian, he doesn't talk much about theology or Christian beliefs that often, so even non-religious people can read it with ease, without being offended. Almost every page is highlighted that it looks like a yellow Post-It. A chapter is devote dto each commandment and it is very in-depth, full of real-life example that make it easier to relate to. I believe one of the best books out there on the subject.

The bottomline is, this book is worth every penny, every second and every effort reading it. The only string attached is, you must practice and obey these commandments to your life in order to have successful relationships. It can be a bit misogynistic at times, but had a lot of good points. This book is definitely geared more towards more conservative Christians, not surprisingly, but it had a lot of good suggestions that are especially relevant to the current shallow modern dating scene. Even as a 30 year old, divorced, single parent, I found the common sense laws of dating to be very insightful and definitely inspiring. This is not a cursory "10 steps" or ifg you know the ten rules then the book is over. I bought this book to read along with my boyfriend right at the beginning of our relationship.

A return to basics and being moralistic when it comes to courtship.

I am presently applying this principle at dating at age 40! Maybe I would not have spent 9 years married to an incompatible jerk.

I have purchased many copies to give teenagers so they can have some real Biblical guidelines for dating.

I used this in a High School Sunday School class at my church to teach out of. There's nothing wrong with this book, but I found it to be just another average book on Christian dating with scattered biblical advice.

If you want to read a book that demonstrates a more comprehensive biblical approach with a fresh, unique angle, I would definitely recommend reading "Holding Hands, Holding Hearts: Recovering a Biblical View of Christian Dating" by Richard and Sharon Phillips.