Scripture on dating in the bible
If "dating" is defined as two single friends of the opposite sex doing things together for fun without any attraction or romantic desire or intimacy involved at all, there is no issue to discuss regarding dating. The Bible describes and gives directions concerning friendship.
Also, in our culture, through "dating" people will often find a life partner and marry.
Luke relates the story of Jesus and the church to events in contemporary Palestinian (Lk 1:5; 3:1–2; Acts 4:6) and Roman (Lk 2:1–2; 3:1; Acts ; 18:2, 12) history for, as Paul says in Acts , “this was not done in a corner.” Finally, Luke relates the story of Jesus and the church to contemporaneous church history.
Luke is concerned with presenting Christianity as a legitimate form of worship in the Roman world, a religion that is capable of meeting the spiritual needs of a world empire like that of Rome.
To this end, Luke depicts the Roman governor Pilate declaring Jesus innocent of any wrongdoing three times (Lk 23:4, 14, 22).
Christians have the awesome privilege of knowing God’s heart through the Bible.
We’re able to see God’s power, his hatred towards sin, and his grace throughout the Scriptures.