Dating divorced christains
The Bible nowhere states that the “guilty” spouse in a divorce is allowed to remarry; therefore, he or she should not be dating.Since the purpose of dating to find a spouse or to seek companionship with the opposite sex, biblically speaking, a married man or woman is not free to date, even if there is a pending divorce.After the suggestion in one of this site’s comments stating that it required more faith to be an atheist than a theist, because the non-existence of a deity can never be proven, I thought it would be fun to see if we can logically disprove the existence of “God”. For this to work, we have to agree on the following two statements, and accept that Christians believe them to the true: – These aren’t outrageous statements, and in fact, have been echoed on this very blog numerous times in the comments.I picked the Christian God because I am more familiar with the Christian faith than any other, I’ve read the bible and have previously lived with devout Christians. The two statements above are clearly interdependent.
For one thing, the concept of “dating” as we know it today is nowhere mentioned in the Bible.In fact, the very first thing you’ll get if you sign up is information about what Pope Benedict said about the book of Revelation. If you’d like to find out what they are, just sign up at Secret Info or use this handy sign-up form: Just email me at [email protected] you have any difficulty. Related Topics: Is remarriage after divorce always adultery? What does the Bible say about divorce and remarriage? What does the Bible say about remarriage if a divorce occurred before salvation?If you like the information I've presented here, you should join my Secret Information Club.