What is Christian dating? The simple answer is to date a follower of Jesus Christ. Going to church on Sundays has always been the obvious place to meet other singles. But truth be told, this dating pool is limited. Divine intervention came in the creation of online dating and Christian singles rejoiced the world over!
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Marriage gives Christian men the ability, according to God, to procreate and have sex with a woman that is his life partner. This is a privilege and not a right, so it comes with a responsibility to love you, take care of you, and make sure your needs are met. In other words, he doesn't just want to be intimate and run. Rather, he is looking to be a lover, a husband, a father and provider, and to be all that you can within his power. Similar to the way Christ loved the church and gave his life up for her, a Christian man is searching for a woman who he can love deeply. When Christian men see a woman they are interested in they tend to be blunt ask the woman out on a date. Generally speaking, when a man is mature enough they will talk to you and ask you out.
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This was one of the first statements I heard from the group of four Christian men I interviewed — and we'll just call them Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. They all attend Bel-Air Presbyterian Church, and range in age from 28 to 40 years old. In addition, they are all currently single, and their words formed a striking correlation with what I heard from the single, Christian men in New York City: They're all interested in finding someone to spend their lives with, but not particularly keen on finding her at church. I've been attending Christian churches for a substantial chunk of my life, and it stands to reason that I've often thought I might meet my future husband there.
I am 24 and am told I am intelligent, pretty, loving and fun. I have a good job, a variety of interests and socialise with a diverse range of people, but I have never had a boyfriend. When I was 17, I became a Christian and I feel quite strongly that it is God's will that I marry a Christian, but no Christian man has ever asked me out. I am constantly asked out by non-Christians, several of whom I am attracted to and who would logically make good partners as they have compatible personalities and share common interests and goals.