But again they report a lack of support by churches should they decide to do so – even in helping to create the possibility of conversion.Experience of non-Christian marriages from which they were now divorced (16%) 'I have had non-Christian boyfriends in the past, and my faith has always been the reason they have broken up with me.The church needs to teach men how to be real men and real biblical teaching about what it means to be a follower of Christ.To teach them how to love women and to stay away from the evils of this world.''I was taught that it is wrong to marry a non-Christian and I would find it hard to marry someone who I wouldn't be able to talk about their and my faith. However I have heard of people who have married non-Christians and their partners have become Christians and one friend of mine has a husband who is more supportive about her faith than many of my Christian friends' Christian husbands are.''I do believe in the concept of flirt to convert!
It's unrequited love and devastatingly sad as he is all I think about but I can't be with a non-believer.''Difficult – I have always been taught it is wrong and I don't think it is biblical.With the gender imbalance, some look to marrying non-Christians in order to have love and family.They point out that character is more important and that there is no guarantee of good relationships just because of marrying a Christian.So in that sense, the person would be a Christian (a follower of Christ), regardless of their view on any of the doctrines of the various churches.' (220)'I believe that we should not be unevenly yoked, however I have been married twice, both professed to be Christian.My first marriage was not consummated and my second husband had an affair and left.