Specifically, it seems that some of you are wondering if it’s okay to date non-Christians. God’s Word urges us not to link our lives with non-believers, and the consequences of choosing to do otherwise can be disastrous.But I know that you might not be willing to simply take my word on this one.Even if you’ve read these posts before, we encourage you to check them out again as a refresher on God’s plan for your love life.Some of you have made similar comments here on the blog. We’ve been talking about guys and romance for years here on the blog.In fact, we are revisiting some of our most read posts this month as part of our attempt to give you some great advice on the subject of romance.Sure, Islam and Christianity are similar in some respects, but they are drastically different in other core beliefs, so this was a problem.The definition of marriage is to live life together with somebody else—in unity.
Some people say that love is the most important thing in a marriage.
Typically, this meant I would slip down the staircase barefoot and creep along the shadows in the hallway.
I would then pause and listen for footsteps before quietly dashing across the kitchen floor and out the back door.
Identifying with one parent’s faith more than the other’s always felt like picking sides.
Even though my parents stayed married, I could never buy into my parent’s attempts to make us feel like a “normal family.” Love between parents can’t protect children from everything. Our family ended up going through a phase where we would go to mosque on Friday and then church on Sunday. The more often my parents went to church and mosque, the more serious they became about their individual faiths.