Atheist christian dating
Then when our son gets older he'll have both sides of the picture to make his own choices on. I feel like I would be really uncomfortable knowing that my wife thinks I'm going to hell when I die. I don't try to convert him and he doesn't try to convert me.
I think it can be easy to blow things out of proportion with how Christians can be sensationalised in the media. As she isn't really a "Practicing Christian", religion doesn't really make a difference in our lives, and it's not something we really talk about.
Personally, I could care less what other people believe as long as their hearts are in the right place.
What are our chances of building a relationship that will go the distance? When it comes to choosing a marriage partner, people often react simply on the basis of emotions.
We have kids and it has always been understood that they will go to church with me until they are old enough to make their own choices. He has his doubts and I expect he'lll probably end up following in his father's footsteps.
But I can accept that, since, despite his beliefs, my husband is more Christ-like than many who call themselves husband is more Christ-like than many who call themselves Christian. When I first started dating my atheist boyfriend (now of 2 years, with marriage as a possibility in the future) some of my friends didn't even give us a chance.