Advice about christian dating
Women aren’t going to think, “wow, he’s vigorously arguing the finer points of theology, I have to date this guy.” If you appear too arrogant and combative, you’ll turn women off.Also, arguing about theology isn’t most people’s idea of a fun date or interesting conversation (even if Christian).The vast majority of Christians I’ve talked to over the years fit this profile (and I’ve talked to thousands). So, if you are really into your faith and that’s all you can talk about, you’re going to have very little luck with most women. If your church is small, consider finding another one.When you go on dates, even if you know the person is a Christian, don’t assume that’s going to be your only conversation topic. Some people are more private about their faith or just have other interests. Go to Bible studies, join groups, go to larger events like multi-church or diocesan concerts and gatherings, etc.Apparently, in reaction to the sensuality of the culture, some in the church were saying that all sex is wrong. Perhaps they even pointed to the Apostle Paul as their hero.Even some who were married concluded that it was more spiritual to abstain from sexual relations in marriage.
He was writing to a church in a pagan, sex-saturated society.Most Christians who take their faith seriously aren’t necessarily theologians.They find meaning in their faith in Christ, enjoy church, and value what Christianity brings to their life. And, they don’t really care about the finer points of debating religion.However, most Christian (and non-Christian) guys know those suggestions don’t work.And, as any religious man can tell you, just because a woman is a Christian doesn’t mean she’s attracted to nice, Christian guys.