How do you feel about this subject?
For the last few years I would have to describe myself as neither christian or non-christian, but have been struggling to identify with either position, as a result I often wondered how a relationship might progress with a christian woman and how she might feel about being with someone who didn't share her faith, knowing that I might possibly move further away from her faith as the relationship progressed.
I have often thought that because faith is such a big part of people's lives could a Chrstian accept a non-christian as husband or wife?, even if that person respected all your religious beliefs and practises would the fact that they did not share them be a problem.
I realise that faith is a very personal thing and is not meant to be a barrier to any kind of relationship but once two people marry my feeling would be that they go forward as one and share in everything, so if you have a seperate faith does that create a barrier between you and have the oppsite affect of damaging your relationship.
I can only think that wouldn't happen if the christian kept their faith seperate and private to avoid it causing problems, but wouldn't that mean holding back a major part of yourself from your partner?