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(Are they really just as shallow as they’ve been made out to be?) To be fair, some of Americo’s advice was indeed pretty solid: "The paramount standard in a potential spouse is his or her commitment to you becoming a saint," Spencely paraphrased her former minister. Unfortunately, he followed them up with this strained analogy: "Holy Spirit goggles are the opposite of beer goggles." "If we’re open to looking at people like God looks at people," Spenceley summed up Americo’s argument, "then people who once were too tall, or too short, or too whatever else, suddenly can become beautiful." It sounds to me like what Americo meant to say was that "Holy Spirit goggles" (where can I get a pair of these, incidentally? ) are the spiritual of beer goggles, not their opposite; that just as beer goggles make physically unattractive people look better after a few rounds at the bar, Holy Spirit goggles do the same thing after a few rounds of Adoration or Scripture study.But quality journalism has a cost and it’s more than ads can cover.We want our articles to be accessible to everyone, free of charge, but we need your help."I had emailed Americo [the former minister] a dating question," Spenceley began: "" "I think I used to believe that the paramount standard was attraction," Spenceley continued."I thought that’s where you start—you pick from the pool of people to whom you’re attracted, and see which of them meets your standards." Americo disagreed.
He describes her physical beauty and his desire for her.
The sexual component in marriage is important for intimacy between husband and wife and for procreation and the survival of the human race.
At the same time, arranged marriages—including those in which the couple do not even see each other until the wedding—were the norm in centuries past and are still practiced today in parts of the world.
The strength of character displayed in the Son of Man should be modeled by every man on earth.
Outward beauty is fleeting, but men and women whose judgment is impaired by sin place undue importance on it. “The LORD does not look at the things man looks at.
It’s what we have to tell our single friends if we’re not." Now, I’m honestly happy for Spenceley that she feels like she has spiritual justification to date men who don’t look like the stars of the next Marvel film, or whatever aesthetic she prefers.