Talking to a few friends of my daughter all of them said they will not marry a guy that is not Christian. A few said it would be ok to marry outside their denomination as long as the guy was a true Christian that lives by Christian values. Just about all of them said dating a guy who is not Christian is fine but when it was time to get serious it would be Christians only.
I started wondering when is the right age to start looking at religion when you date? How does the conversation come up about religion with kids?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:57 AM on Dec. 19, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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Answer by zanzeebeel at 12:37 PM on Dec. 19, 2009
when i was dating, i wouldn't even bother seeing anyone that was christian, sure that sounds harsh, but not many Christianswould want to date someone who is a satanist, so when i started dating my now husband i was very upfront about what i believe, turns out he has very similar beliefs to me...i was 18 by the way (my husbands my first and only boyfriend lol)..i have friends that are christian and dating another christian was very important to them sense they were "of dating age", which in their family was 16.
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