Christian dating okay
The more I read through the open answers, the more the frustration became palpable.
Women were frustrated with the lack of dating occurring, and particularly with the lack of initiation from men.
Over a two-year period, the normal experience of a single Christian woman was to be asked out by two non-Christians, one Christian in general and no Christians from her own congregation.
This meant that 63 per cent of single women in the church hadn’t been on a date with another member of their own congregation in the past two years.
In other words, there appeared to be a very high level of romantic emotional ‘exchange’.
that I now run with a statistician in central London.
That being said, her marginalized faith is less likely to be problematic as it represents things like moral guidance, encouragement in times of need, hope beyond death, and a cultural contextualization that doesn't really require her to "pick up [her] cross and follow [Jesus]" in any profound sense.
I’ve read all the books, know that God is in control and all of that, but when there literally aren’t enough men to go round, I really don’t know what else we’re supposed to do?
The fact that she is open to dating would be, in my estimation, a sign that it's fair game.
Secondly, the question is influenced by when the dating began in relation to the positions on reality.