It's a question that is regularly asked, but not always accurately answered. It confuses, perplexes, and even angers both Christians and non-Christians alike. It sounds elitist, holier-than-thou, and downright condescending. I'm 28 this year, I'm single, and one of the most common things I hear from my friends goes something along the lines of: Really must be Christian?
The Virtues of Dating Non-Christians
"Why can't Christians date non-Christians?"
3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Dating A Non-Christian
Dating nowadays is hard. There are endless underhand tactics , unspoken rules and too many options. Although the average marriage age is increasing, a study found that religious communities are continuing to marry at a traditional, young age.
Is it okay to be romantically involved with a guy who doesn't share my Christian faith? He asked me out on a date six months ago, and though at the time I didn't think it was a good idea, I went ahead and accepted. Now he's captured my heart and I don't know what to do. I'm in pretty deep, but unless he makes a commitment to follow Jesus I don't think I can marry him.