Pastor 10 commandments for dating my daughter
His "old school," evangelical-preacher style comes with a strong flavor of the old Sinaitic threat of thunder, lighting, fire and brimstone on transgressors.
He warns all "liberal, hippie, agnostic, atheistic, anti-American or tree-humping bull crap," to stay away from his daughters and threatens violence on any suitor who "touches" his daughter.
Valleydesperado comments on MSN Now: "This guy is doing work for the Devil and not God.
This guy is what you call a false prophet, a heathen, a phony.
You may question the Christian virtues of a man who threatens to "smash your hands" if you touch his daughter, but his old fashioned zeal for preserving his daughters' modesty is not in question, and one may wonder why he seems so anxious about "protecting" his daughters, if they feel like their Daddy does about their Christian modesty.
Commandment III: "Thou shall not touch my daughter.
Of course, as mentioned in the last point, he can choose to complain about the weeds, but that will do little to further the cause of happiness in his marriage.
A Florida pastor, Doug Giles, has put out "Ten Commandments" for young men who want to date his daughters.A failure to reverse this order will be the source of little or no progress in a man’s marriage.It will only serve as an impetus for a lukewarm relationship at best, and it will lead to the man coming across as simply a negative husband.You my friend, are like the rest of the world." A reader thinks Giles may not have the real picture of what his daughters are doing. If he fails to take care of his garden, weeds of sarcasm, anger, bitterness, boredom, and resentment will start to grow.