Weeks pass and he flirts, but he doesn’t ask you out. Jesus gave value to women in a culture where they were considered as property.
He elevated women and empowered women to spread the Gospel, while also pursuing them.
The Bible gives us some boundaries when it comes to dating — treat each other with the same purity and respect as a sister or brother, and save sex for marriage (1 Timothy 5:1-3 and 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8). If you’re trying to find out how far you can go without sinning, your focus is in the wrong place.Ephesians says, “Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord.” When we submitted to the Lord, it was through the acceptance of the gift of salvation.If women are to submit to their husbands in this same way, then women should at least be open to the idea of allowing men to pursue them.The podcast already has more than 10,000 reviews on i Tunes after just 13 episodes, averaging 4.5 out of 5 stars.“Barstool told us that rarely are there ever podcasts split 50/50 [between] male and female listeners, and that’s what we have,” Cooper told The Post.With this in mind, if a man is not proactive enough to pursue a woman intentionally, and he has had ample opportunity to do so, why linger?If he isn’t proactive enough for pursuit, he may not be at the place where he would be a good partner for life.If you have no desire to get married, why would you date someone who is dating for that reason?I’m not saying you have to know with certainty that your date is your future spouse. But if you are not ready for marriage, now or ever, dating someone who is ready only puts you in their way.The name “Call Her Daddy” refers to how they’re turning the tables on men and taking charge.Episode 1 kicks off with an explicit account of the previous night, when Cooper and Franklyn got drunk on whiskey in their Lower East Side apartment and exchanged sexy texts with Cooper’s latest fling.