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Christian And Muslim Dating

I am a born again Christian for about four months a year and a half ago I started dating a Muslim man. I don't know how to feel about this. I pray for him everyday and I don't know whether to break off our relationship. We do have strong feelings for each other, but I am confused.

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My daughter was emotional.Then daughter lied,sneak around, lost her job,took off this with muslim. Evil in everyway. He allowed only 5 minutes Last I saw her been almost 10 years..She has been made to do horrible things all in the name of love & of coarse,the religion.NO contact with all family members. I tried to contact / serious illness/ my fon was destroyed pretty much.# 2 fon same. later they came & tried to intimadate me. Let me know they do NOT care or want anything to do with me. I know she is afraid for her life & mine. So think about it Really
Still want to marry a muslim???
been some years ago..
she sneak one time told me "mom you were right! He's horrible!"
---ELENA on 12/19/12


I believe you know that that relationship is contrary to Biblical instructions but you are being ruled by emotions. There is no need running on the wrong road. Please struggle and pray to align your living with God's word.
---Adetunji on 1/26/12


I just watched an hour true documentary about a woman from england who went to turkey and met the "prince" of her dreams. She stayed and they married and had a son. He started beating her and told her she was beneath him. she went back to england to visit and didn't go back. Her husband then hired to men to kidnap her and bring her back. Thanks to interpol she got away from him but lost her son. He is now in college and calls her regularly. That is the fruits of marrying someone in another country.
---shira4368 on 1/24/12


I want to encourage you to get in the word more. The bible says [2Cor 6:14-7:1] Be ye not unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? And what communion hath light with darkness?.... Moreover,1Cor 6:16 what? Know ye not that he which is joined to an harlot is one body? For two, saith he,shall be one flesh. In other words if one be joint to a Muslim, he also becometh a Muslim. Also I know without a doubt the two of you have strong feelings for each other,but are those of the flesh or of the spirit. There is enmity between the two,and flesh will cause a separation between you and God. They that are in the flesh cannot please God.read 2Corinthians 6:14-7:1 & 1Corinthians 6:15-18
---reap_a_harvest on 1/21/12


Hi, I was in your position a couple of years ago but I can assure you 100% that this is NOT of God. Muslims believe that Jesus is a prophet and NOT the Son of God. We, on the other hand KNOW without a shadow of a doubt that Jesus IS the Son of God. The only way to God is through Jesus Christ which you can't do if you don't believe in his Resurrection Power. I know it gets lonely sometimes but please wait on Gods choice for you. It WILL be worth the wait.!!! God Bless You
---The_Believer on 1/5/12




If you are confused - guess who's making you confused? 1 Corinthians 14:33 (NASB77)
"for God is not a God of confusion but of peace, as in all the churches of the saints." If God is not the cause of confusion - that only leaves one other choice. Here is another verse of scripture that should clear this up for you:2 Corinthians 6:14-15 (NASB77) Do not be bound together with unbelievers, for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness, or what fellowship has light with darkness? There is no way God can be honored by this relationship - break it off.
---wivv on 1/3/12


a guy in my church has gone thru some tough times. His daughter married an egyptian and she went to visit his family. She is not allowed to leave there now. American embassy got involved and they can't help in any way. They got married there and have two children and she will never see her home anymore. Be careful, very careful about meeting anyone on the internet.
---shira4368 on 1/3/12


My daughter was proposed to by a Muslim in Egypt (met on the Internet) He asked me for permission , I said "NO way, you have nothing in common"
He said "I don't think your dad likes me"
He was to fly here in July, I told her "don't you dare meet that plane,he's probably a terrorist looking to come here legally" (He was Sunni)
Turns out one of his wives phoned her and said "I don't think you should meet my husband!"
Suffice to say it blew her away!
---1st_cliff on 1/2/12


Most of the relationships I know about between western women and a Muslim man have basically been disasters. They start with a beautiful wedding, but the western wives cannot accept the restrictions put on them by their husbands and Muslim families and the marriages fail within a few years if there are children from the marriage and the area is under Sheri law the husband will always get the children. If the divorce is under western law the children have a high likely hood of being stolen from a western country and moved to a Muslim country where they cant be repatriated. Dani, it is just not worth it dear.
---Blogger9211 on 1/2/12


\\God is NOT the author of confusion, so now you know its source.\\
---Cluny on 1/2/12

That's taken out of context. Paul was speaking of confusion when using the gift of tongues and prophesy.


God was most certainly the author of confusion at the Tower of Babel

God could be confusing her in order to keep her from making a horrendous commitment that could cripple her Christian walk.
---James_L on 1/2/12




//but I am confused//

no you are not. you are confusing what is clear.
---aka on 1/2/12


I suggest you stop now, unless you plan on converting or don't mind your children being raised Muslim. I dated a Muslim man for the same amount of time and I feel like it was a waste of time. He wanted our kids to go to an Islamic school and there is no way I would ever allow this. He was not a bad man, in fact he was very sweet. Save yourself the heartache and move on now before you invest any more time and feelings.
---Maria on 1/2/12


1. God is NOT the author of confusion, so now you know its source.

2. You realize that if you marry him, your children must be brought up as mohametans?

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 1/2/12


Do you trust each other? You can talk about it, and you can make it a friendship while he decides if he really wants Jesus or not. If you don't trust each other enough to do this . . . strong feelings can be a trick not to be trusted, also.

I can't speak for all Muslims, but I have been informed that there are Islamics who are ok about a man marrying a woman so they then can convert her. And when a woman has gone to a Muslim area, then was when they forced her to convert.

I can't speak for him, though. With God, you can find better things to do.
---Bill_willa6989 on 1/2/12


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