According to Jessica and Tim, the book is in part a response to fans’ questioning about “what happened after Day 40.” It will include excerpts from the online journals, worst date stories, essays about love and relationships from Tim and Jessica’s friends, new artwork and information on the pair’s childhoods and lives prior to meeting one another.“In many ways, —the book—is nothing like you might expect: it’s honest, raw, funny, sad, but at the same time full of hope,” they say."flirting to convert."Look, Christians are called to be missionaries. The dating world, however, is not the place to be a missionary. Casual or purposeless dating has no benefit for Christians. We are designed to know why we do stuff and where we are going. Now, please, please, please don't be a freakish weirdo. So if you choose not to get coffee or watch a movie with the opposite sex, then whatever. Don't Date Non-Christians The ultimate purpose of marriage is sanctification (becoming like God). If you love the Cowboys and your future spouse loves the Packers, is it important to work through this before marriage? Dating with a trajectory towards marriage doesn't mean you only date one person ever. So, my question is, "How does dating a non-Christian aid you in this? If you believe God is preparing you for foreign missions, is it important the person you marry shares this passion?
Now, the project is being turned into a book, with artwork including the project’s familiar playful hand-drawn typography, and a photographic portrait of Jessica and Tim, in which he looks not unlike Lee Ryan from Blue.But the beauty of marriage is God sustains you despite your flaws.The brokenness you see in yourself and the brokenness you experience from your spouse point both of you to the only perfect one, God.2.I am wondering when the book in its canonical form was written.If there are differing opinions on this (as I'm sure there are), what are the primary arguments in each major direction?