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Ben Stuart gave a challenging talk on Undivided Devotion at the Passion 07 conference.

Having examined the issue of singleness, it seemed good to me to write a post, most excellent Theopholus, so that you may know of some of the resources that exist. A great place to start is the article A Biblical-Theological Perspective on Singleness by Barry Danylak.

Al Mohler takes the position that single adults who do not have the gift of celibacy ought to marry soon if they can, based on his interpretation of 1 Cor 7:8,9.

For single women desiring marriage, Carolyn Mc Culley encourages them that singleness is a gift, in chapter 2 of her book Did I Kiss Marriage Goodbye? The bulk of the book is taken up with looking at the model of womanhood presented by the woman described in Proverbs 31.

This method provides a simple, but justifiable way of calculating the utilities required for making decisions, based on utility theory, and which takes into account the inconsistent nature of preferences.

In this article John Piper briefly discusses respective benefits of both singleness and marriage that combined with internal longings constitute a call or compelling to one or other in an individual’s circumstances.

That article followed on from this sermon to singles based on God’s promise of a name greater than sons and daughters (Is 56:4,5) from his 2007 sermon series on marriage.

This is a very unsatisfactory approach because there is no proper justification for the results.