As stated before, during this time there should be little or no physical contact, as this is something that should wait until marriage (1 Corinthians -20).
To be faithful to God's Word, the Christian and the church must give due attention to this subject.Courtship advocates claim that courtship allows for the two people to truly get to know each other in a more platonic setting without the pressures of physical intimacy or emotions clouding their view. For daters, spending time alone with a member of the opposite sex whom we find attractive can present temptations that can be very hard to resist.The Christian dating couple must have boundaries in place and be committed to not crossing them. We must not be as open on this subject as the unbelieving world is today. The first is that I will speak as openly and as frankly about this subject as the Bible does. But God's treatment of this subject is open, and the church must be just as open.In addition, it can be hard to find the “real” person behind the public face presented in front of the entire family.No one is the same in a group setting as he or she is one-on-one.Scripturally speaking, the result of the process—godly Christian men and women marrying and raising families to the glory of God—is far more important than the method they use to achieve that result."Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God" (1 Corinthians , NKJV).If a couple is never alone together, they never have that one-on-one opportunity to relate and get to know one another in emotional and spiritual intimacy.In addition, some courtship situations have led to borderline “arranged marriages” by the parents and have resulted in resentment in one or both of the young people.