However, just because the Bible does not specifically address the issue does not mean God approves of “pre-sexual” activity before marriage. By essence, foreplay is designed to get one ready for sex. You need moments of reading the Bible, journaling or praying just between you and God. In search of answers to this question one must seek the Bible to see what God has to say about kissing.While the Bible does not specifically mention "kissing" it does make reference to various forms of physical intimacy.
In fact, the use of BC and AD causes more problems for Christians than it solves.
If you are already in a relationship, positively encourage one another in pursuing God. Make an effort to bring God into your conversations. But be careful in how much physical permission you give one another.
Choose a person that has a similar desire for God, one that will build you up in your faith.
For whatever reason, be it an aversion to natural selection and evolution, the debunking or explanation of many so-called “miracles,” or a bad grade in a freshman biology class, some Christians cling to the BC/AD system because of the symbolic superiority they feel it offers its adherents over science.
Because when all else fails, one can always deny the facts and use different labels (i.e., “intelligent design”).
Logically then, foreplay should be restricted to married couples. Since God is your ultimate love, it is good to have that time alone with Him.