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Debra Fileta is a Professional Counselor, national speaker, and author of the book True Love Dates: Your Indispensable Guide to Finding the Love of Your Life, and 21 Days to Jump Start Your Love Life, where she writes candidly about dating, relationships, and how to find true love.You may also recognize her voice from her 150 articles at Relevant Magazine or Crosswalk.com!So, what strategies can you follow to avoid the horrible life of being married to a non-Christian.(I’m not in your situation, so I can’t tell you which one is best for you - you may be too close to the situation as well, you may need to ask someone you trust and who is spiritually mature, maybe a pastor or a Bible study leader, for their advice) 1. You may find that your feelings are just too strong for you to trust yourself with this guy. I’ve got to say at the start that I don’t know you very well, nor do I know your friend, so I’m going on guesses and generalities.In many ways, marriage is about the private and exclusive relationship going public and permanent, rather than private and temporary. So, to enter into a dating relationship is to begin on the track towards marriage with someone.We are still really close and hang out a lot just as friends but there is still a massive attraction there! First, let’s think about why Christians and non-Christians shouldn’t enter into exclusive relationships (dating). But primarily, for Christians at least, dating is about heading towards marriage.
It would be helpful to have someone to support you through this as there will be a painful period of mourning for the loss of the relationship.She’s also the creator of this True Love Dates Blog! I’ve previously dated him but ended it because I came to the realisation that I should be in a relationship with a christian. So if at any point it feels like I don’t really understand your situation, you’re probably right, but I do think I can say something helpful nonetheless.So the next question is ‘Can Christians marry non-Christians?’ This is a very modern question that most Christians in the time of the BIble had little control over.