I like his guidelines while "on a date" such as focusing on conversation more than activity and his discussions of purity, what it is, and how to maintain it. As usual, however, I have some of my own thoughts that don't line up with his, so I take what seems good and leave other points behind. They might both agree to that idea, but one is usually hoping that with time and exposure the other will start to share the romantic feelings he or she already has, or they might start out that way, but then one tends to develop feelings for the other. I especially liked his advice about having help and involvement from parents and friends instead of sneaking around. I liked it, for the most part. I thought it was a pretty balanced guideline for dating christians.