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He valued other things more, namely his girlfriend and his faith, and that impressed her.She stuck with it, and eventually they got married.Once upon a time, her new boyfriend informed her that sex wasn’t going to be in the picture for him until marriage.She wasn’t pleased to the point that she considered dumping him. She was struck by the fact that her man didn’t put his own sexual gratification above all else, like other guys did.Are you freaked out by the idea of dating an SCD—you know, a Super-Christian Dude? But still, I find myself wary of guys (and gals) who are, you know, Christian. I have been rejected on more than one occasion by a woman who considered me to be “too Christian” for her taste, and while I won't pretend to be able to speak for these women, I do wonder how much their decisions were informed by my reality as opposed to their preconceived notions.Have you avoided men with online profiles touting their “love of the Lord”? I’m convinced that both men and women tend to approach relationships with a set of assumptions about potential partners, and I think religion is one trait that is too often judged based upon fiction rather than fact. Christianity is the largest religion in the world, claiming 2.2 billion of the world’s 6.9 billion people, as of last year.
In turn, I’ll say to them, “So if Tim Tebow or Russell Wilson walked up to you right now and asked you out on a date, you would reject them flat-out because of their Christian faith?He was unlike anyone I had dated before — those guys were typically youth pastors or fellow missionaries.