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In the late 1960s and early 1970s, however, the sexual revolution [took place] …Couples still dated—some going steady—but [sexual activity] and living together became a widely accepted step toward marriage …“Singles” clubs and bars proliferated, and people of all ages sought congenial partners through dating services, the “personals” sections of magazines and newspapers, and Internet sites …as both men and women assumed more individual responsibility and initiative in finding a mate than at any previous time, while also exercising greater freedom in the process.’[2]What had evolved in the “roaring 20’s,” volved significantly in the sexual 60s and 70s and most in the church also got involved in a similar premarital process, but with Christianized warnings to not sleep with / live with before marriage, don’t marry those who don’t profess Christianity, and if your relationship really progresses then eventually you announce intentions to family to get married, and when the wedding gets close then you get input from the church (rather than family and church family involved before, during, and throughout relationships for their counsel and care like in the past).Instead, young couples began to go on “dates,” which differed significantly from courting: They cost money, focused less on long-term commitment, took place in public [culture shift away from parents], and were initiated and paid for by men [and before long there came to be expectations from men in return].Standards of sexual morality also changed, and the terms “necking” and “petting” …Even pro-courtship books I’ve read define courtship in different ways, as we in this room might, too.The one time I remember the term growing up was in the old movie “7 Brides for 7 Brothers” - the sister-in-law teaches the uncivilized brothers how to court girls (be polite, be gentlemanly, dance, etc., and it’s all set to a song “goin’ courtin’”).

And especially in urban areas, new public diversions like dance halls, amusement parks, theaters, and parks enticed courting couples away from the safety of their parlors [automobiles, urban / social revolutions]…By 1930, the terrain through which young Americans passed en route to marriage would be almost unrecognizable to their parents.In 1900, middle-class courtship was more carefully supervised; by 1930, the supervision and formality had given way …By the end of the 20th century, conservative US Christian culture in growing numbers began to revisit 20th century Western-American practices of dating and re-evaluated its common assumptions in light of Scripture and recognized many dangers (I think in a good way).Some kissed dating goodbye, at least in its recreational worldly forms. In many Christian circles, websites, bookstores, churches, and communities, this has become quite a hot topic in the last couple decades.” Let’s not approach this question first with American glasses on, but let’s put (as a Christian before an American) how men and women actually got together in biblical times and cultures, you find there were a lot of different ways they got together that were not only radically different than 20th century American dating practices, but were also in many ways different than 18th-19th century American courtship practices.