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: "Why so picky? Really must be Christian?
Is It Okay to Date (or Marry) a Non-Christian?
What Does the Bible Say About Dating Non Believers?
Dating a non-believer?
Forgot your password? What does everyone think about Christians dating non-believers? Or someone of a different religion? I personally don't think it matters, because God loves everyone on this world equally, regardless of if we all believe in the same religion or not. I know this debate is going to get a couple of responses because of the topic, so lets hear them!
But the temptation to get romantically involved with a non-Christian tends to be framed differently. In this article, I shall not be trying to give a method for counseling people who are facing such a temptation. Such an article would include a clearer picture of what marriage looks like: making decisions about career, where to live, how to spend money, how to raise children, etc.