Religion and Persons Religious Views Essay

Submitted By tatatataa
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Well, 2 Cor. 6:14 says "Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness?" If a Christian and a non-believer date then how can the other help keep the other accountable? They my not have the same morals and a non-believer won't be following Christ. Plus, dating is supposed to be looking for a future lifelong mate. If you had children with a non-believer, they would not be getting full spiritual growth needed because the family would be split in that aspect. I wouldn't want my kids to not be Christian because that is what my husband believes. When you date someone you should be building each other up, but Christians and non-believers are on two different levels. Non-belivers would not be unable to build up Christians spiritualy. Also dating is supposed to be a balance between the two. The Christian should be most concerned with winning the non-believer to Christ, but this would be putting more infasis on one side of the relationship and could cause tension. If this person says that they think they can change them ("missionary dating"), then it goes back to dating is suppose to be finding a future mate--if they are just wanting to change the other persons religious views and are not thinking about being a possible wife/husband then I feel like they are just using that person. This is from an article I found: "God gives each person free will. He waits to be wanted, and so should…