Christian dating does not consist of any fixed set of rules or regulations for the person who is going for dating.
It is always better, to let the other person know exactly, what your preferences are and what you value more in a relationship.If anything, being born again means one is a new person correcting their past wrongs/sins and going to church enhances the journey. It doesn't exempt us from just hurting people for the sake of it. God gives vision to true believers and gives them the power to make right decisions.After a few meetings, you should be able to decide, that the person you are dating deserves you or not. However, I am not exactly a strict adherent either and I definitely don’t care what someone else faith is either. When I was in my 20’s (growing up in the mid west) for some reason, women who were very serious in their religions beliefs always wanted to date me. Now, we’re not talking about your usual barfly (i was a bartender at the time while in collage), but really nice, smart, articulate, cute women. One girl who was Baptist and another who was Mennonite. At some point, as you both start to get more emotional\physically involved with each other, either the physical or life decisions (like marriage) WILL come along and you will need make a decision.
At one point, K pauses and tells me “i’ll be right back”. I don’t remember the exact words but they were short and along the lines of “ the man i give myself to has to have accepted Jesus Christ as his savior”. I respected her and the gravity of my actions too much do that. The lesson here is that you can be friends but your better off not dating. She’s been upfront with her views and beliefs, you need to do the same. All you are doing is causing conflict within her (her faith vs. Second, I wasn’t going to put my hand on another faiths holy book and fake a conversion (i don’t know how else to say it) just to get laid. Also, be true to yourself when you finally set your eyes on someone. Make certain that the person is worthy of you and your family will approve of him.Self Control Is The Key A Christian does not give in to physical attraction.Moving together in groups and meeting in public places is the best way to keep temptation at bay.