Muslim and christian dating

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I'm a christian woman who has been dating a Muslim guy for a year.

His parents are very religious and recently he asked me to convert to Islam.

Maybe you can discuss how you want to raise your kids if you have any and see if you guys are on the same page, I think that's most important - the children.

Personally, I would say you have to ask yourself is converting to Islam something you feel in your heart, or something you want to do for the relationship.

To me, being a good person is more important then beleiving in Christ.

Conflicts that can arise could be like what religion the kids are going to be, food choices (since Muslims can't have haram food), how the children are raised, etc.

Do some more research on halal and haram in Islam as this may be one of the major conflicts.

(course it still hurts, but you have to live for your happiness not theirs) If being a good person defines your Christianity, then I beg you to read your Bible all the way through.

Everyone is a sinner-not one is worthy to be with our pure and holy God. But God created us and despite our pathetic selves, He desires to have a relationship with us, so he came into the world to die the death that we are doomed to, in our stead-and He ransomed us so that if we accept His gift, we will be with him in heaven. If a Christian who understands this and marries anyone other than another Christian who has accepted that gift.

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