Christian dating unequally yoked
And 2 Corinthians : “Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers,” ties in with that as it relates to marriage.
And I think the reason is that marriage is a union of the deepest kind.
Next time, I’ll be sharing how my misunderstanding of this passage almost derailed me and Morris’ relationship.
Because I was a spirit-filled non-denominational and he is a Bible-toting Baptist.
And dating for me is part of a cultivation of a romantic relationship that could lead to marriage.” Then I would say, “If you are doing that, if you are pursuing an unbeliever with a view to awakening, quickening, and deepening a romantic relationship that could lead to marriage, you are compromising your love for Christ and you are going against what the Bible says and you are doing something wrong.” First Corinthians says that we are to marry “only in the Lord.” And if you are on a trajectory to fall in love with and marry a woman who is outside the Lord, you are on a trajectory to disobey this text.
And to be on a trajectory to disobey a text is to disobey a text.
Second Corinthians (KJV) tells us not to be “unequally yoked” with an unbeliever.
" Answer: For a Christian, dating a non-Christian is unwise, and marrying one is not an option.I have seen it happen, and I would caution against it.But what if he said, “Well, I really am attracted to this person.Instead of working together to pull the load, they would be working against each other.
While this passage does not specifically mention marriage, it definitely has implications for marriage.If you were dating an unbeliever, what would honestly be your priority, romance or winning a soul for Christ? Is it wrong for a couple to live together before marriage?