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1 John says ‘.’ Scripture also tells us that relationships exist to encourage and support each other in our walks with God.

So if you’re just in a relationship to ‘get some’, then you’re contradicting what a relationship is about.

Intimacy includes emotional and spiritual connectedness as well as physical connection.

Dating couples grow more and more intimate as they become more serious about the relationship.

‘Purity’ sounds like an old-fashioned term, but if we believe in the gospel then we believe in purity.

Through Jesus Christ dying on the cross for us, we have been forgiven of all of our past sins, even sexual sin.

’ Not exactly – we’re not saying that you should go and put in place a ‘NO TOUCHING: EVER’ rule, but it is important to remember the ways in which we can honour God in the way we do relationships – and in turn, honour ourselves and our partner.

A dictionary definition of intimacy talks about close friendship, deep emotional connection, and sexual involvement.

To be intimate with someone is to be close to him or her, to reveal private information, to feel linked together.

It isn't that popular Christian conceptions of dating boundaries are too big, but that their scope is too small. It will draw boundaries that reflect the full personhood of each individual by showing concern for every aspect of each individual—personal, emotional, moral, and sexual, to name only a few of those many interrelated aspects. Personal agency maintained by good boundaries furnishes romantic intimacy with meaning and substance.

We ask physical and quantitative questions: “How many inches can I move my hand? So here are some ways to think about not only physical boundaries but also several fundamental aspects of personhood. Love presupposes freedom, and freedom presupposes the relational safety to say “no.” (2) Emotional boundaries promote relational health.