Atheist dating catholic girl
As Lisa Cotter explains in her blog about “evangedating,” “sometimes God uses human love and attraction to bring people closer to Him.” Check out her article to read about scenarios where dating a non-Christian could be where God is (or isn’t) leading you.
In the meantime, I’ve found it to be a bit remarkable how sympatico a relationship can be even if the friends involved differ greatly in their perspectives.
We weren’t going to church events together anymore, and we weren’t able to share spiritual conversations from similar Christian perspectives, but we still had plenty in common and enjoyed each other’s company as much as ever. Perhaps the appeal is that he’s inquisitive and has a lot of energy to learn new things — and talk about them. Scott and I come from different perspectives now, but our conversations are no less interesting.
In fact, those differing perspectives have in some ways made our discussions more lively and thought provoking.
If I say something flippantly or make a flimsy argument, he’s not going to just nod along because he assumes he knows what I’m thinking.
He’ll challenge me on it, and that makes me have to defend my perspective with nuance and precision.
But for the most part, we continued on as friends in spite of this change.