What's the Best Model for Relationships--Dating or Courting?
Air Date March 2, 2013
Should Christians date or does this relational model violate biblical principles? This Saturday on Up For Debate
, Julie Roys will discuss the issue with Doug Wilson, an advocate of the courtship model, and Jerusha Clark, advocate of so-called "purposeful" dating. Dating or courting—which is best? We'll discuss this Saturday at 8 a.m. on Up For Debate
Jerusha Clark is the author or co-author of ten books, including Every Thought Captive: Battling the Toxic Beliefs that Separate Us from the Life We Crave, The Life You Crave: The Promise of Discernment, When I Get Married: Surrendering the Fantasy, Embracing the Reality and Living Beyond Postpartum Depression. She is also a contributing author to the book Five Paths to the Love of Your Life.
Douglas Wilson is the pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho. He is a founding board member of Logos School, a senior fellow of theology at New Saint Andrews College, and an instructor at Greyfriars Hall. He is also the author of numerous books on classical Christian education, the family, the church and the reformed faith. Doug is a contributing author to the book Five Paths to the Love of Your Life.
Julie Roys has become a trusted voice of biblical wisdom on Moody Radio, earning an audience through her weekly commentaries and appearances on The Morning Ride. Julie came to Moody Radio in 2007, after taking a 13-year hiatus from broadcasting to raise her children and serve in youth ministry. Prior to that, Julie worked as a TV news reporter for a CBS affiliate in Indiana and as a newswriter for WGN-TV and Fox News in Chicago.
Julie holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Wheaton College and a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University. Julie and her husband, Neal, live in the Chicago suburbs and have three children.