My thought is that the group approach is good for “teenagers.” It might even be justified to make that the “norm” vs. As a single person matures as they move into their 20’s the “need” for doing things in groups isn’t there.As stated in another one of my posts, one well known Christian authority presents how rules against are harmful.
She then talks about 7 years later (doing the math), most of the women in this bible study group were still surprisingly being single. It is as if she is quite taken aback that most of these women didn’t get married or that in normal circumstances most of these women should have been married.
They set the foundation of an organization that has been at the forefront of issues such as health, education, communication and Biblical interpretation.
I was born to reflect the image of a God who is powerful enough to create my universe, attentive enough to hear my prayers and loving enough to be defined by self-sacrifice.
One of the problems with Harris’s two books on groups/courtship is that he writes somewhat from a testimonial stand point.
He is sharing what worked for him and how it applied to him as a teenager.