For the woman who was assaulted, that is exactly how it started.
The apostle Paul wrote: “We wish to conduct ourselves honestly in all things.” (Hebrews ) Now, this is not to suggest that it is dishonest to use the Internet or even that using the Internet will make you dishonest.
However, we must recognize that other people often are not honest and that as the quotations at the outset of this article illustrate, the Internet seems to make certain kinds of dishonesty easier to practice and harder to detect.
Speaking for the first time since his sister Sharon Winters was murdered by online lover Kevin Hawke, Stephen urges women to be wary of meeting men on the internet."She was a lonely heart just wanting love," Stephen said of his sister.
"That animal preyed on her caring nature."I still can't believe someone would want to hurt my poor, defenceless sister in such a horrific manner," he added.
Whether it’s a responding to a newspaper ad, creating an online dating profile or swiping right on the latest dating app, non-traditional dating has it pros and cons.
Some people claim to live happily ever after, but others become victims of scams, blackmail or even more horrific crimes.Online dating has many dangers and perhaps one of the most dangerous aspects is people lying about their identities.“When you’re doing something like that, you have to be very careful because you don’t know who you’re talking to,” said Dan Robles, crime prevention officer at the college.“Being anonymous is one of the scariest things of online dating.e Harmony, arguably one of the most popular dating sites today, launched in the year 2000 and has since gained over 20 million registered users.Some Bible translations here read “hypocrites.” As one reference work notes, this expression can be applied to “those who hide their purposes or designs from others, or who conceal their real character and intentions.” How is such dishonesty practiced on the Internet?And what dangers does this present to those who are looking for romance?Tinder, for the unfamiliar, is a matchmaking app that takes pictures and information from Facebook that users then have the option to like or dislike.