1 Corinthians 7.39: can’t kid yourself that’s it’s OK to marry him/her unless you rip 1 Corinthians 7.39 out of the Bible. When he proposes but still hasn’t become a Christian? Many young people fool themselves into thinking they will be a good witness to the one they’re dating, but if you are truly serious about seeing that person come to Christ, then going out with them is probably about the worst thing you can possibly do.
So at what point will you pull the plug on the relationship if the boyfriend or girlfriend doesn’t become a Christian? For one thing, you’re teaching them that obeying God’s word carefully and comprehensively isn’t all that important if it gets in the way of something you want to do.
God may graciously bring that unbeliever to himself, but it will be in spite of your presumption rather than because of it. Almost invariably what happens in practice is that the Christian is led astray by the relationship. It’s hard enough for our young people to keep themselves sexually pure while going out with another Christian who is committed to honouring God with their body before marriage; with a non-Christian this is going to be much more difficult. Beginning a relationship with a non-Christian betrays a failure to realise how utterly different a Christian is from a non-Christian.
When two people decide to start a relationship, it’s normally because they share the same values and worldview.
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Not necessarily, but it is wise for him to think through his financial status. Is it just me, or has the whole Christian dating / courting / dorting thing become really, really complicated?
Because dating is a stepping stone to marriage, what the Bible says about whom we may marry applies to whom we may date as well. What if he says, ‘OK then, I’ll become a Christian.’ How do you know he means it? It’s really tantamount to emotional blackmail, because what you’re saying at the end of the day is, ‘If you don’t become a Christian, this relationship will have to end.’ 2.Is it sinful for a couple to drive to a deserted area at night just to “hang out”? Is it wise for a young man to talk to a young woman’s parents about dating/courting their daughter? It depends on whether the parents are Christians, how old the woman is, and a host of other conditions.Does a young man need to have financial stability before he can get married?Baylor University professor of theology Roger Olson, author of , is a bit surprised that the site, which hosts nearly 800 members and has borne 37 reported marriages, is catching on."It's an example of a larger dissonance between Calvinist theology and Calvinist practice,"Olson said.