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Once there are deeper emotions and feelings involved, it will be a lot harder to make the relationship work because someone may be more invested in it than the other.
The person who has fallen in love may be afraid to lose the other.
Having a candid discussion together is very crucial if you hope to make this work.
Sometimes people can get caught up or overwhelmed by passion and forget that there is a relationship that will need to be worked on if it is to work.
What I'm going to say I don't want to come across as racist because far from it!
He's so nice and seems just like any other guy but I'm scared to meet him, because of what's been on the news etc about the Muslim religion and Islam etc my dad always tells me to stay away from Muslim men my dads not racist he's just really protective over me so I can understand where he is coming from but this guy seems so genuine and nice and I don't think I have any reason to be scared to meet him.
basically I'm just worried about my safety and if I should meet him.
It is supported by 1 Corinthians -14 with the central sentence: “For the unbelieving husband is sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified through her believing husband.” Yes, it does happen, as all of the Christian-Atheist and Christian-Buddhist couples will tell you. For example, you might say, “hey, the other day I found this really interesting website about Christians and atheists dating.
But, clearly, it takes a certain Christian to embrace that relationship — someone who considers the person and the love they share more important than religion.
They just keep delaying the inevitable because they just don’t want to draw attention to the elephant in the room.
The problem with avoiding discussing where you both stand or hope to go as far as a relationship is concerned is that you can leave things for too long until someone falls in love or the stakes are raised.