The bible teaches us that, as Christians, we have freedom in Christ Galatians This freedom, that Jesus so dearly bought for us, is freedom from slavery to sin and death. We are now free to live as God, in his infinite wisdom, intends.
It was the second outing with Tiffany, my lovely year-old lady friend. Our first date took place only four days earlier at an intimate Mexican restaurant. When the waitress served our dinner—guac, chips, sweet potato fries—my date said a silent prayer before eating.
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Can an atheist and a believer build a strong, lasting marriage? My girlfriend and I are terrific together. Her family loves me and everyone else says we're the perfect couple.
We should all be ready and willing to settle, because nobody is going to be perfect. But we're also entitled to a few deal-breakers. On the subject of good, available men, single women in their thirties don't need to be reminded that the pickings are slim.
Atheism is, in the broadest sense, the absence of belief in the existence of deities. In antiquity. The first individuals to identify themselves using the word atheist lived in the 18th century during the Age of Enlightenment.
I sat in the high bleachers, my lower back aching. I was listening to the final keynote speaker at a conference, so far back in the nosebleed seats that I had to squint to make out the tall, tattooed pastor standing on the stage. I shifted in my seat, listless and ready to stretch, but before I could move, the pastor launched into a final benediction—a blessing-riff on the Beatitudes.
Just wondering, for those bees who are in a relationship where one is Christian any denomination, or really any religion for that matter and the other is agnostic or atheist, how do you, or plan to, make your marriage work? How do you deal with things like attending church or, more importantly, raising children? I plan on going to church by myself or with my family.