Non christian dating a christian man
But there are many more stories to the contrary of great heartache and eventual splitting of partners either before or after marriage - sometimes much later in life.With the added pressure of other people drifting in and out of casual relationships, everyone else is having all the fun and you end up wondering why you don't try it yourself!You must have heard it said; There is of course nothing inherently wrong with dating a non-Christian.There are stories of Christians going out with non-Christians who subsequently give their life to God and the two go on to get married.You can visit different churches but this is a very inefficient way to meet someone.You're going to have to go for a couple of weeks before you get to know anyone and even then you may not end up in a position to approach the person you like. Church hopping is not a sin but it's not a good way to find a partner.
Is the person you're dating someone you'd like to marry?Most Christians agree that in the end something is missing.It can be like talking to someone who "isn't home" for want of a less arrogant sounding description. It is true that many non-Christians have good relationships (though they could never be as fulfilling as a right relationship in which both partners included God) With one believer and one nonbeliever. Having established that it's praobably best not to seriously date a non-Christian (though this may not always be the case), how can we improve our chances of meeting someone?This will give them an unfair advantage in a relationship as they can break certain rules that you can't - and you may feel pressured to break them to hold their interest. It's much better when both parties have the same rulebook.With an issue like no physical intimacy before marriage it'll take two to say 'no' for absolute certain.