Christian dating other religions
I eventually outgrew that fear since I felt that putting solidified fructose in my brother's blanket was too good to pass up, and it didn't have any immediate repercussions.When I was in high school -- a moderate episcopalian school which I ended up in by chance -- I skipped the weekly chapel most Wednesdays without paying penance.
My past boyfriends have been atheists or, like me, vaguely spiritual, but without subscribing to any organized religion.
Look, I'm not denying that there was probably a really nice guy named Jesus who said a lot of things that sounded prophetic.
He was in our history books along with a bunch of other people.
It started out as one of those close friendships that blossomed into something deeper over a three-year period (don't they say those are the best kinds? I grew up in a household where religion was non-existent.
), but the deeper we went, the more I realized how much value he places on the Christian community from which he sprung, and just how important his faith is to him. Dad is a staunch atheist, mom a wayward Hindu (she eats Big Macs and never prays).