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Dating to relating book review

This has caused many in the church to reevaluate the biblical creation account, specifically the meaning of the word “day” in Genesis 1.

This, at least, is what I had to conclude after visiting alikewise.com, the much-ballyhooed new site for “dating by the book,” which purports to match people based on their taste in literature.

Matt Sherman, one of the site’s founders, told the AP that the idea came to him after he broke up with a girlfriend a few years ago.

Unless you have been living under a rock in this country, it is very obvious how highly sexualized our society has become.

Everywhere the eye can look from TV, magazines, internet and movies, to advertising, billboards and even texting on cell phones, we are living in sex-saturated society.

“I had been an avid online dater and there was always that moment of truth when I would be left alone for a few minutes with the person’s bookshelf,” he said.

“It would always be scary if the shelf was full of self help and ‘dating’ books. “We expanded the search to include other books relating to ‘Sebald,’” the site helpfully informed me, bringing up the profile of a 39-year-old man in New York (good start) seeking a woman between 18 and 48 (I qualify).

Mark Gungor and Laugh You Way, America have put together basic information that every teen needs to know when it comes to the subjects of sex, dating and relating.