What christian men want in dating
Sean J, Christian: We're all humans and if we fall, she's going to come with something like, 'Let us pray together and ask for forgiveness'.
If it was a non-Christian woman she would just leave it alone and let me deal with my sins.
I can't function like that so I'd rather date a non-Christian girl who's practical and then try and lead her to God.
At least she would have seen both worlds and be better able to act in a rational way. I find that guys in the world will respect my position being a Christian, seeing that it's just simple dating, and even then they still make me feel special and we still talk about God, but it doesn't feel like a Bible study.
THEY'RE usually seen as the cream of the crop -- saved, sanctified, untouched and ready to commit for life.
They won't cheat, won't yield to temptation and won't crave the things worldly women do.
So I stay far from such situations and stick to my kind. We welcome reader comments on the top stories of the day. However, our advertising department can be more than accommodating if emailed: [email protected] If readers wish to report offensive comments, suggest a correction or share a story then please email: [email protected] Also, most men want to test the water, to see if it's what they expected.What if you run into marriage and you can't satisfy her needs? Damion G, non-Christian: Lots of women in the church are there because they have gone through some kind of emotional relationship or financial issues. This baggage is bound to show up in other relationships.Richard G, non-Christian: It's more like not wanting to touch the Lord's anointed.Christian women like to talk about marriage and most men don't like to feel as if they are being forced into something they're not ready for.