I have been a Christian all my life and my relationship with God is the most important aspect of it. Recently, a new aspect has been added to my life: I have fallen in love with a man who is not a Christian. I know I am not the only one in this situation. I am unsure if it would be wise to continue this relationship with the hope that he would change in the future. He grew up in a Christian family, but has chosen not to believe it. He does not deny the existence of God, but he is a very analytical person (a science major, of all things) and only believes tangible facts as truth. He has such a beautiful soul and an amazing character, and is also supportive of my choice to have a relationship with God.
How do you handle dating a non-Christian? Or should that idea not even be entertained?
This is my faith hurdle. –Natalie