This isn’t to say that unbelievers can’t be good people, but I am saying I’d discourage you from dating someone who isn’t on the same spiritual foundation as you.
It’s going to mess you up, confuse your heart, and potentially smother your soul.
is something many of us have heard of, but how many of us have actually taken part in it?
You’d be surprised to know how many Christians date someone with opposing religious views, all in hopes of converting them in the near future.
If a white person is looking for a tissue match for an organ transplant, for instance, the best match may come from a black person, and vice versa.
But some people think there must be different “races” of people because there appear to be major differences between various groups, such as skin colour and eye shape.(Proverbs 3:6)The Bible is pretty clear when it comes to this topic.And while many people might disagree, let me share a few verses to help shed some light.Personally, because of the influences of Darwinian evolution and the resulting prejudices, I believe everyone (and especially Christians) should abandon the term “race(s).” We could refer instead to the different “people groups” around the world.The Bible does not even use the word race in reference to people,10 but does describe all human beings as being of “” (1 Corinthians ), this is why the Gospel can be preached to all tribes and nations.