Should christians dating muslims
I recently had a painful conversation with a dear friend who said he’d never planned to get romantically involved with someone.
But he’d spent hours and hours with her one-on-one after midnight over several weeks.
People tend not to hide it, but instead attempt to justify it—first to themselves and then to other Christians who are trying to warn them of the path they’re taking. In this article, I shall not be trying to give a method for counseling people who are facing such a temptation.
Such an article would include a clearer picture of what marriage looks like: making decisions about career, where to live, how to spend money, how to raise children, etc.
If you don’t want to get romantically involved with someone, don’t spend hours one-on-one.
If you’re having good gospel opportunities with someone of the opposite sex, introduce them to some godly Christians of their sex.
” These words were written by Ben Weisman to be sung by Elvis Presley, but I’ve often heard a variation of them by unmarried Christians beginning to get romantically involved with a non-Christian.
In fact, I think he/she will be more encouraging of my faith than lots of Christians would be.” they’re wrong, and so the problem will often be that, in their guilt, they’ll stay hidden.
This is why the Muslim belief and the Christian belief can never be compatible, because they believe the opposite things about the most crucial person in the Christian religion, Jesus.
My answer to that is going to be a"no," but I hope you would read my explanation below.
It would be helpful for us to look at the Bible’s definitions of what is a Christian and what is a Muslim.
Above all, such counsel will involve a careful examination of motivation and a re-examination of the trustworthiness and goodness of God who doesn’t call us to compromise in our devotion to him, but to trust him.
Rather, I shall offer a brief biblical theology of dating unbelievers.