"Healthy religion calls for us to forsake self-indulgent, self-centered living and to commit instead to purity, love, giving, unselfishness, discipline, and sometimes uncomfortable lifestyles," Collins said."This is not intended to steal away our joy and make life miserable.Does he live out the biblical teaching that sacrifice and struggle often are necessary to achieve greater long-term goals?Or does he relentlessly pursue short-term pleasure at the expense of long-term consequences?How does he treat the less fortunate in our society? Does he have a sense of social justice that makes him want to see conditions for the poor improved, or is he uncaring or even cynical about those who have less than he does? Does he forgive those who hurt him or does he enjoy nursing a grudge and plotting revenge? Do not be misled, says 1 Corinthians , Bad company corrupts good character. Does he care about bringing the Gospel to those who haven't heard it?
Does the Bible truly teach monogamy / monogamous relationships?
Is it wrong for a couple to live together before they are married? Does God have one specific person for you to marry? Can/should a Christian who is a virgin marry someone who is not a virgin? What should I do if I cannot decide who I should be dating? Why is living together before marriage considered living in sin?
How young is too young to be in a romantic relationship? Is it possible to love a person without liking that person? What are valid reasons for breaking up with a boyfriend/girlfriend?
Can you give me some Christian relationship advice?
Is it right for a Christian to date or marry a non-Christian? Premarital sex - why are Christians so strongly against it? Why is sexual temptation a bigger problem for men than for women?