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It will debut at the number one spot on the nonfiction hardcover New York Times bestseller list the week of April 16.
On Saturday, the New York Times reported that O'Reilly, Fox News and parent company 21st Century Fox have paid million in settlements to five women who accused the television personality of sexual harassment and verbal abuse.
Before deciding how you're going to proceed, it's crucial to realize that contemporary dating is radically different from what it was when the majority of today's parents were kids.
Sexual promiscuity is rampant, even among Christian teens, and many young people receive little or no moral guidance from their parents.
In a chart that compares "Old School" businesses to "Snowflake" businesses, O'Reilly notes that the most powerful person at a Snowflake company is the head of HR -- not the CEO.
"You're a Snowflake if you use the word mansplaining," he writes.
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And that seems to be where many Christians fall short. You can't jump into dating and expect that sexual temptation won't be an issue.
Yet, at the same time, I knew couples who did it right.
They met, fell in love, dated and waited until they were married to have sex.
When I typed out these words as an idea for an article on abstinence, I realized this was a difficult topic to get people talking about.
When I asked my peers to share their stories, few were virgins with no sexual history, and even fewer wanted to talk about it. Recounting my own sin made me feel like the chief of hypocrites.
O'Reilly extolls the value of hard work, and tells readers that he himself "played no corporate games" to get to the top.