Tips for dating a christian guy
If you can’t stand the person but have a great physical relationship, rethink the relationship. If one person is uncomfortable with any type of physical expression, don’t do it. Don’t push a date to do anything that makes him/her feel uncomfortable. But, the authority of Christ needs to take precedence over your physical drives. If the social, emotional, spiritual dimensions are missing or lacking, you are out of balance. However, most Christian (and non-Christian) guys know those suggestions don’t work.And, as any religious man can tell you, just because a woman is a Christian doesn’t mean she’s attracted to nice, Christian guys.Women aren’t going to think, “wow, he’s vigorously arguing the finer points of theology, I have to date this guy.” If you appear too arrogant and combative, you’ll turn women off.Also, arguing about theology isn’t most people’s idea of a fun date or interesting conversation (even if Christian).It’s not a specifically Christian or biblical approach (the Bible didn’t address dating in the modern sense), but here goes.This advice also assumes that a guy wants to date, but do so from a Christian perspective. Excellence in men is a highly desired trait among women.
People ask me for advice on how to date someone you know you like but that is Christian.Back when I was in university, I was involved in Christian groups.They frequently ventured into the realm of dating and relationships since it was on the minds of a lot of hormone driven college age students.And, while he wasn’t in the dating market, if he was, imagine the benefits of his religious fame! While it’s important to not give up your core self for any woman (see first tip), if you’re a Christian guy who loves to argue the finer points of theology and always has to be “right” then you’ll also likely be single.
I went through a period when I was a very judgmental Christian. You can be on fire for God, but don’t use your fire to consume everyone else.
Physical touch should be in the context of a meaningful relationship, not reduced to satisfaction of personal need. Both partners should take responsibility for setting limits. 7) Is there too much physical and too little other?