Dating a muslim man problems
The answer is clear, if Islam is followed consistently. Where is the spiritual connection and agreement between husband and wife and God?
The New Testament The New Testament starts the soon-to-be married couple on an equal footing in the selection of a mate.
If a married couple starts their walk together with the same faith and theology, then this takes the pressure off of possibly converting the partner to the others faith.
The woman already agrees with the husband in matters of religion, so what need does he have to control the relationship and lay down religious law?
Therefore, Christians must not trade in the eternal Son of God who sets people free today and offers the love of God, for a human and mortal messenger Muhammad (Suras 4; ; 41:4), who is too often cruel and harsh and misogynistic. If a Christian woman marries a Muslim, but holds on to her beliefs, such as the Sonship and Lordship of Christ, then ipso facto she holds on to a false belief and may be considered a "heretic" or an "infidel," if the Quran and traditional Islamic theology are followed consistently.
Also, would the children be Muslims or Christians, or secular?
Besides this practical reason, if a Christian understands the New Testament, then he or she must not marry a Muslim, for spiritual and theological reasons. They must raise their children in spiritual harmony, as followers of Christ. Both Christianity and Islam allow the marriage of different races.
Conclusion My criticism is not leveled against Muslims but against Islam as a religious system and against its early violent history, when Muhammad himself was founding the original community, and against its later violent history. For example, a white Christian can marry a black Christian. In Christianity, the only requirement is that each one must be a believer and follower of Christ and receive the Holy Spirit. More important, it is about our relationship with Jesus Christor absence of this relationship, sadly.Perhaps the Quran itself does not honor women, married or not. The Quran For the historical and literary topical context of this next sura (chapter), please click here. Islam allegedly is the best and final religion for all humankind, and the Muslim man may convert his submissive wife.