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(Perfect Number's in love, y'all.) I'd like to give an answer to the question, "How can you possibly think it's okay to marry a non-Christian?
" Not because I need to submit my personal life for judgment and approval by other Christians- of course I don't need to do that.
Because, you know, what if it IS true that it's always a bad idea to marry a non-Christian?
I didn't believe that anymore, but I was still unsure.
(And if anyone wants to make some kind of "hate the sin, love the sinner" argument here: No, you don't love me. Or what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever? This verse does not apply to me and sweetheart at all. We both want the same things, and we both support each other. All those times that God commanded them not to marry people from other religions?
You love the "perfect Christian" I could become if I decided to agree with you. Can we talk a bit about the "unequally yoked" passage? For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? What agreement is there between the temple of God and idols? As God has said: “I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people.” Therefore, “Come out from them and be separate, says the Lord. And I think it's a bit insulting to claim that non-Christians are not marriage material because they are pretty much the embodiment of evil itself. I believe that the reason God didn't want them to follow other religions was that those religions were doing awful things, like child sacrifice and forced prostitution.
Yeah, if you're one of those people, it's not my responsibility to prove myself to you. The reason my guy is not a Christian has absolutely nothing to do with him being "in rebellion against God" or such things. He just doesn't believe in Jesus because, you know, he believes other stuff. It's not because he secretly knows God exists and doesn't want to follow him. (Related: I don't believe in hell because I don't think God is going to punish people just because they hold factually incorrect views.) And obviously I disagree with my boyfriend about religion stuff- I think he's wrong, but not "wrong" in the sense of being immoral. My boyfriend is pretty great and cares about me a lot and cares about people in general.
My boyfriend believes in that too- but he doesn't call it "the kingdom of God." Maybe he calls it "helping people, treating them with love and respect, and generally trying to make the world a better place." And I believe anyone who's doing that, regardless of their religion, is doing God's work. And to be honest, I don't want to be with a Christian guy. And when I'm dating a guy, I just want to be myself.
I just want to be honest and free to talk about this and that and everything that's on my mind. I tell him all this, and I used to tell him how worried I was because "I'm a bad Christian." And over and over he told me to stop saying that. You're not a bad Christian." My boyfriend accepts me and loves me unconditionally.
I believe the kingdom of God is the world as God intended it to be, where there is love and there is no pain or injustice.
Jesus taught us to pray "your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven." Someday, Jesus will come and resurrect this world, restoring it to the way it should be.
I used to believe that was the worst possible sin you could commit. Marrying a non-Christian would be the 2nd-worst possible sin.