You disengage with God—not because you don’t love God, but because you deeply love this woman and are having to make concessions in order to speak a common language.People are going to try and point to 2 Corinthians as Biblical proof that you shouldn’t date an unbeliever. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? ” In truth, making this verse about not being in a romantic relationship with a non-believer isn’t a good interpretation of what Paul was really getting at when he wrote these words.And because the Bible doesn't specifically warn against a non-believer (more on this later), you’re OK in regard to a sinful behavior that needs to be avoided. Now, I’m not saying this because inherent in her unbelief is some immoral compass that will lead you down a path of sin and debauchery. As a Christian, your life is built on a desire to trust and follow Jesus to the ends of the earth.
But if you two are doing this thing together, there’s got to be a common sense of purpose and mission.
Without that, you spin your wheels alone and eventually get tired of explaining how you feel God’s calling on your life.
He seems open to the idea of faith, but he’s never been involved in church or anything.
Is it really that big of a deal to date a non-Christian?
I understand the temptation to believe that dating non-Christians is okay.