Christian Women Aren’t For Everyone, By Michael Baisden
I don’t date Christian women, at least not Christian women who profess to be Christian at every opportunity. I don’t date Christian women who constantly mention Jesus on their social media page.
And I don’t date Christian women who don’t believe in premarital sex. And if you’re a Christian man who isn’t prepared to live a truly Christian life you shouldn’t date Christian women either.
Now, I know my words may shock some of you but that’s my honesty. I’m not a Christian man, and I don’t live a Christian life, and I don’t follow Christian rules. But most importantly I don’t pretend to be Christian to get next to Christian women.
The lowest thing a man can do is pretend to have a relationship with God just for the purpose of getting close to women who take their God, Jesus, and religion seriously!
I decided a long time ago that I would respect Christian women by not wasting their time. You see, they are many beautiful Christian women that approach me and that I am attracted to but the moment I see that they are serious about living a Christian lifestyle I know that we are not compatible, or equally yoked! So, I keep it pushing!
Over the years I’ve dated women who identified themselves as Christian. For the most part, from my experience, there aren’t many differences except an occasional reference to God, praying over food, and one woman loved playing church music while she got dressed on Sundays.
But other than that, there was nothing about them that stood out about their Christianity. And I wondered sometimes, should there be? I mean, shouldn’t being a Christian mean there is something distinctively different about the way you live and interact with the world?
It’s a question like this that made me realize I was not being true to myself or to my Christian partner because either I was ignoring the impact of their beliefs on their lives, or there was no impact at all and that is confusing to me.
Does Christianity lay dormant in some women and then resurface at some critical point of your relationship? Or it customized based on the moment or the man?
I realize that speaking so frankly might turn-off some Christian women but I’m more concerned about maintaining their respect then faking it to appeal to them.
And this honesty is as much for men as it is for Christian women. If you don’t believe in God and are not willing to live by Gods word, stop playing with God and stop blocking Christian women so they can choose a man who is true to his religion and true his relationship with God!
~ Michael Baisden
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